Who says the following in the Lord of the Flies?
"I’m going to him with this conch in my hands. I’m going to hold it out. Look, I’m goin’ to say, you’re stronger than I am and you haven’t got asthma. You can see, I’m goin’ to say, and with both eyes. But I don’t ask you to be a sport, I’ll say, not because you’re strong, but because what’s right’s right. Give me my glasses, I’m going to say—you got to!"
Even before you learn who stated the given statement, you should have an idea what “The Lord of the Flies” is. This is a book that was created back in the 1950s. This book created by William Golding centers on the adventures of a group of boys that got stuck in an uninhabited island.
Piggy is the character who stated the given sentences. Piggy is often described as the most loyal friend out of all the other characters in the story. Piggy is often said to be the voice of reason in the story. His death made others realize that all of the reasons in the world are not available or are already unimportant.