In "Lord of the flies", what would be an example of a hyperbole?
Lord of the Flies:
Lord of the Flies is a novel by William Golding about human nature. In the novel, a boys' choir becomes stranded on a deserted island after their plane is shot down. The adults on the plane die, leaving the boys to fend for themselves on the island. At first, they work together to build a signal fire and find food. However, the longer they spend on the island, the more convinced they become that no one is going to find them. They abandon hope and give in to savagery.
Answer and Explanation:
An example of hyperbole in Lord of the Flies can be found in Chapter Eight. Ralph and Piggy are tending the signal fire when they see a storm on the...
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Explore the literary devices employed in William Golding's 1954 novel ''Lord of the Flies.'' Learn the meaning of allusion, irony, personification, hyperbole, simile, and archetypes with examples from the book.