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Lord of the Flies

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Roger and Freud

LRDFLS-WFEJEN

In the passage below, Roger is acting most like which of the following?

Silence and pause; but in the silence a curious air-noise, close by Ralph's head. He gave it half his attention - and there it was again; a faint 'Zup!' Someone was throwing stones: Roger was dropping them, his one hand still on the lever. Below him, Ralph was a shock of hair and Piggy a bag of fat.

A

The Id

B

The Ego

C

The Superego

D

'A' & 'C'

E

'B' & 'C'