I am horrible with introductions because I never know what to say and just like to get straight to the point. What can I talk about or add to this opening paragraph?
"In the book Lord of the Flies by William Golding, there are a number of occurrences that foreshadow particular events in the story. The two main events of foreshadowing that stood out the most were Simon’s death and Piggy’s death."
When you say main events, I assume that there might be other smaller instances of foreshadowing ? If there are, then the sentence after "story" you could start off with: "there are multiple points where foreshadowing occurs in the book.." and then just continue on with what you had... Other than that it looks pretty good. You might also want to include the date it was published in the first sentence, and Maybe include a bit of description towards what the book is about before you start the lines about the foreshadowing
You could start off by saying, "William Golding uses foreshadowing effectively throughout the text of Lord of the Flies", and then give a sentence as to why it’s effective. Then you could say something like, "The use of foreshadowing memorable events is successful in grabbing the readers attention, and adding depth to the story. Such events include instances of death, such as the death of Simon, and the death of Piggy."