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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Essay discusses the themes in "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
William Golding uses human evil as a major theme in his novel Lord of the Flies. Expressing that evil is a part of humanity, although a force which can be suppressed in the most chaotic and desperate times. As the boys of the novel are stranded on the island with no parental guidance they lose most sanity. Power, mutiny, and fear of the unknown all contribute to the uprising of evil which thrives inside each of the boys of the island. Those who fail to abide by the laws of nature give into the horrific changes caused human evil.

Rule and authority over the island shapes the different conflicts and relationships in the novel. Ralph is chosen as leader and holds a meeting on discussing the boy's poor behavior "Hear him!" as he hands the conch to Simon expecting their full attention "he's got the conch...

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