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Summary: Lord of the Flies by William Golding
Discusses how a lack of leadership caused breakdown of order and what characteristics would have been ideal for the leaders.
The novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding is a wonderful story that is filled with symbolism, figurative language, and morals. As unpredicted conflicts begins to develop, a major conflict arise between two main characters, Ralph and Jack. In Jack, the spark of wilderness and hunting is burning brighter as well as hotter, while his true intentions are coming to the surface. Ralph, however, soon realizes that he and Piggy, another major character, are the only true protectors of peace, civilization, and order on the island. As the conflict expands, the splitting of the tribe splits up the power of the group. Because of the choices and actions, a true leader is never found, and this causes the breakdown of order and a beginning of savagery.

An affective leader is a person who rules or guides and inspires others. However, on the island a true leader...

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