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As You Like It and Lord of the Flies

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An individuals identity is shaped by the way they perceive their connections with others and the world around them. How is this view represented in your prescribed text and one other related text of your own choosing?

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Fiction Literature English-language films British films Films Lord of the Flies Orlando Jack As You Like It William Golding Ralph Merridew William Shakespeare Jack Merridew
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Fiction Literature English-language films British films Films Lord of the Flies Orlando Jack As You Like It William Golding Ralph Merridew William Shakespeare Jack Merridew
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How is this view represented in your prescribed text and one other related text of your own choosing A person’s iden)ty is influenced by their percep)ons of their rela)onships with others and the world around them. This is explored in As You Like It by William Shakespeare and Lord of the Flies by William Golding. Both texts illustrate this concept through the key themes of conflict and strong desire for power and authority. In As You Like It, conflict is evident right at the start of the play through the dysfunc)onal rela)onship between Oliver and Orlando. “My father charged you in his will to give me good educa)on: you have trained me like a peasant,” shows how Orlando resents that Oliver has failed to carry out the execu)on of his father’s estate in an honourable manner. Orlando’s simile of ‘like a pea...
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