Lord of the Flies Essay | "Lord of the Flies" Reflection on Man

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"Lord of the Flies" Reflection on Man

Summary: An essay reflecting on how the book "Lord of the Flies" addresses the flaws of humanity.
The book `The Lord Of The Flies' showed me the ignorance, power hungry, war-like, callous nature of humans by using symbolism. These flaws in men living in the world were shown through boys living on an island. This book showed me these flaws by giving the boys no direction as to how to live and leaving them to have a way of life on their own. The flaws of man took over as their way of life. Men are inherently evil, if they're left alone to their own rule, they will turn back to their savage primitive part of nature.

The boys ridicule each other and tease the boys who cant defend themselves. The boys are constantly teasing Piggy about his name, his ideas and his stature. The boys laugh and tease the littuns who try and speak at the meetings...

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