Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies: An Analysis of Ralph and Jack

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Lord of the Flies: An Analysis of Ralph and Jack

Summary: Discusses the William Golding novel, Lord of The Flies. Analyzes the the twisted qualities of Ralph and Jack's leadership styles. Describes what made each boy a powerful and forceful leader.
In The Lord of The Flies, by William Golding leadership was a tremendous part in the way they lived. Leadership is the way a person influences and guides an individual. Ralph and Jack both have leadership qualities all of their own.

Jack is an effective leader in the sense that the boys are following him in the end. He is strong, savage, aggressive, determined and usually thinks quickly when there is a conflict, when all the littluns are hungry for food Jack was able to hunt, and provide food for everyone (152). Jack's leadership qualities are valuable but also immoral. He is abnormally cruel, and an evil person in his ways of leading. He creates a spear and participates in brutally stabbing a sow (123). Jack was undeniably brutal because he tormented and killed the pig to be a corrupt tyrant. The...

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