Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Engaging Hardships

Summary: Essay discusses William Golding's "Lord of the Flies." Ralph, one of the main characters, is made leader of an island until chaos takes position in his island and his leadership is destroyed. Essay discusses how it was destroyed and how he overcame the hardships after saving his own life.
In the book "The Lord of the Flies" Ralph the main character matures despite the loss of friends and the experience of emotional loss and isolation. While the loss of Piggy and Simon break Ralph down Jack and his hunters isolate themselves from Ralph. However Ralph is able to fight these challenges and survive. A faint glimmer of hope and the inward sights of home push Ralph to the limits and fight to get home. The hardships range from arguing over leadership and fighting for his own life.

Ralph overcomes many emotional and physical challenges to get home. The deaths of piggy and simon both broke down Ralphs emotional status. For example Ralph becomes scared and says, "I'm frightened. Of us. I want to go home. Oh God, I want to go home." Ralph has become scared and frightened and starts to think like the littleuns and wants...

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