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'We've got to have rules and obey them. After all, we're not savages.'

Pre-IBs have been studying  William Golding's 'The Lord of the Flies':

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Who or what is 'the beast' on the island? Does 'the beast' actually exist? Or does it symbolise the evil that all humans (or boys on an island) are capable of? 

Pre-IB's Matilda and Lan Vy presented most professionally. The novel, once read is never forgotten: its portrayal of 'the end of innocence, the darkness of mans heart' is timeless.


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Head of English