Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Savage Children in "The Lord of the Flies"

Summary: Essay discusses how the children in "The Lord of the Rings" by William Golding turn from being civilized into savages.
Man has a nature, which cannot remain same. It has to change by the change of time and situation. In this world, every one wants the leadership and they wants to impose their ideas as well as their rules just for their inner satisfaction. This is the reason why, the will of having power is transferring from us to our younger generations. Ralph who Selected as a chief in the "The Lord of the Flies" faces many opposition in his decisions and leadership. The main personality, who led the boys to savagery, was Jack. He was the man who gambles the life of all boys just for his satisfaction. The lack of self-respect and Communication among the boys, their innocence, and Jack's bloody deeds turns them From well manner English boys to savages.

The first reason of the boys' savagery was the...

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