Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Essay discusses how Jack was wrong for saying this quote. "Where's the beast? Lets kill it!" It is from the novel "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
Lord of the Flies, awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, is considered a modern classic. What makes this novel so interesting and realistic is the fact that it parallels with and is an allegory to the real world.

In the novel, there is one ever present and on-going theme. The theme of evil. This is one of the stronger, and more important themes of the novel. This theme seems to spark off at the beginning of the novel, as the novel continues the evil continues to get stronger, finally the boys end up in a hell on earth. The island is burning, everything once beautiful is now being destroyed, being replaced by evil and darkness.

The evil develops through many factors, the boys inexperience, poor leadership and through some of the characters (e.g. Jack), however the most prominent factor is the beast. The beast really...

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