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used in Lord of the Flies

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a model or other representation — typically of a person — often of someone hated, so that it can be mocked an abused
  • At first he was a silent effigy of sorrow; but then the lamentation rose out of him, loud and sustained as the conch.
    p. 87.1
effigy = a model or image

(editor's notes:  In this context, lamentation is a synonym for sorrowful cry, sustained means lasting a long time, and conch refers to the shell the boys use as a horn,.)
There are no more uses of "effigy" in Lord of the Flies.

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