Lord of the Flies Essay | The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Summary: This essay deals with Piggy, Jack, and Ralph from the Lord of the Flies, and how their personalities are relevant in society.
The saying, "boys will be boys," takes on a whole new meaning in the novel Lord of the Flies. The boys on the island all have certain personality traits, many of which represent the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects of society. When these boys' personalities mix in the absence of adult supervision, all hell breaks loose and all rationality is lost. Although Piggy is extremely intelligent, he reflects the helplessness and weakness of humanity. Jack, the antagonist, personifies the evils and destructiveness of society as he takes advantage of the weak and ill, and ultimately destroys them. Ralph, "the fair boy," is the protector of the weak and tries to be just and rational in all his actions and decisions. He tries to appeal to everyone, but not surprisingly fails. All three types of personalities have very important roles in society...

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