What are some reasons why 'Lord of the Flies' should be taught in schools?
Lord of the flies should deffinetly be taught in schools. It is one of the greatest examples of symbolistic literature. People need to just except students are mature enough to read it and let it alone.
The littlun Percival Wemys Madison repeats his name and address a number of times. He has obviously been taught to do this so that, in the event that should he ever become lost, he can be safely returned home. Unfortunately for Percival he is lost in a location from which he can't be returned home. Ironically when rescue finally arrives, in the form of the naval officer, Percival is so traumatised that he can no…
William Blacker has written: 'Blacker's art of flymaking, &c, comprising angling, & dyeing of colours, with engravings of salmon & trout flies, shewing the process of the gentle craft as taught in the pages' -- subject(s): Artificial Flies, Fishing, Flies, Artificial 'Blacker's catechism of fly making, angling and dyeing' -- subject(s): Artificial Flies, Flies, Artificial, Fly casting
One of the reasons that patterns of inheritance in humans cannot be studied as easily as in peas or fruit flies is our generation time is approximately 20 years. Is it is about three months in peas and it is about 30 days in fruit flies. All the genes in fruit flies have been mapped. Not all of the genes in humans have been mapped.
There's something in your house that attracts flies or allows the flies to breed. You should check first, what kind of flies you have. If it's fruitflies, check for rotting food ;-) If its flies that are attracted by spoiled meat, look for a dead animal, a.s.o. Before you use insecticides, try flypaper.