Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies: Ralph's Leadership Responsibilities

Summary: Analyzes the William Golding novel, Lord of the Flies. Provides a character study of Ralph. Examines his leadership responsibilities and explores how he compares to Alexander the Great.
Ralph is a twelve year old boy who became stuck on an unknown island and decided to take charge and blow the conch in order to call the rest of the children who survived the crash (Lord of the Flies, 1954). Now as a leader, he has many obligations to his subordinates, the other children. They are all important for the group and the view of Ralph and Ralph's beliefs and values are important as well. The leader's outlook and objectives have to benefit most of the group, if not the whole group. Ralph has to guide his subordinates in the correct course and he must make accurate decisions for the entire group.

A huge obligation of Ralph to his subordinates is sticking with the group, even when it seems as though things can't get any worse. The leader cannot abandon his group at...

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