Lord of the Flies Essay | Land of Leadership

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Summary: Essay describes how William Golding portrays leadership in his novel "Lord of the Flies."
In-depth character development, multidimensional light and color imagery, and countless symbols portray leadership in William Golding's Lord of the Flies. The rich shades of light and color represent higher powers and various objects symbolize different actions and thoughts. Also, two opposites flip-flop the chief position all throughout the novel. All of the above are depicted by using the advanced writing style of showing but not telling.

The first two strong characters that stand out are Ralph and Jack. They are both leaders, although their management styles are very different. Ralph is a more thoughtful and sane chief. The group elects him as the initial leader. Everyone, even though they didn't really know him, picked him as the conductor. They could tell he was smart and caring. However, throughout the book he starts to lose his power and people start to think Jack is better at managing the...

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