Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Resident Evil: Knowles Vs. Golding

Summary: Essay compares the evils in "The Lord of the Rings" by William Golding and "A Separate Peace" by John Knowles.
"It is a man's own mind, not his enemy or foe, that lures him to evil ways" (Buddha). Buddha teaches that a person is lead to evil by his primitive instincts. These primitive instincts became known as the `pleasure principle' in Freud's theory of the Id. Freud states in his explanations that the Id is the driving factor of a person's desires. It is the id that demands immediate gratification, luring a man to evil ways. Two authors, William Golding, who wrote The Lord of the Flies, and John Knowles, author of A Separate Peace, portray similar, yet opposing views on the idea presented through Buddha's teachings. Through their novels, Golding and Knowles would appear to agree that the evils at work in the world have negative effects on mankind and that without proper cultivation the id will take over a person, however, they disagree...

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