Lord of the Flies Essay | Positivity Vs. Negativity

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Positivity Vs. Negativity

Summary: This essay conveys the differences between positive and negative "sides" in the book "Lord of the Flies."
Evil is the quality that is possesed in the souls of every living person. It may seem hard to believe for someone who is "all" good and humane to possess the slightness of evil within them. No matter how deceptive it may seem, where there is good there is evil; a balance keeps the world revolving. In some eastern religions, there is a belief in the force of the yin-yang. It is a supposed bond between opposite forces, as in goodness and evil, forming a balance. Topics of opposite forces come about in literature, expressing man's goodness and frailty. In the book, Lord of the Flies, William Golding attempts to symbolize the opposite forces of the soul reflecting upon the world and nature. The story is set on an island in the Pacific where some English boys crash land there plane. The story carries onto explaining the...

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