Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies: A Character Study of Jack

Summary: Explores the William Golding novel, Lord of the Flies. Analyzes the character of Jack and examines his evil nature. Describes how he evolves throughout the novel.
How can you get a sweet-innocent choir boy and turn him into a savage killing machine? Simple put him on a deserted island and call him Jack, that is how. Jack is a 12 year old boy who gets in a plane crash and lands himself in the middle of no where. Sweet-innocent Jack, how could he turn into a savage. Was it from not having the adult supervision, to keep him from getting out of control. The evil is brought out of Jack threw out the story. William Golding uses characters such as Jack to teach the readers about the affects of society back to the affects of human nature. You seem to adapt the surroundings in the novel Lord of the Flies.

Before I really get savageness lets see what the word "savage" means. (Savage-1 fierce, violent, and uncontrolled. 2 cruel...

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