Lord of the Flies Essay | The True Evil of the "Lord of the Flies"

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The True Evil of the "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: This essay is about the presence of evil in the "Lord of the Flies," and how it is represented.
Are humans the source of the world's evil? Would the world be a much better place without people living on it? William Golding's book, "Lord of the Flies," makes it seem like that. If one was to read Golding's book without looking at the symbolism, then they would think the true evil of the book was Jack; however, while Jack is pretty evil, the true evil of the book is something intangible. The true evil of the book is human nature. William Golding uses many elements of the book to portray human nature's evil side, but two things stick out big time. Those two things are Simon, and Jack and his hunters. Most of the boys on the island went insanely savage, and there are many things that could have caused that.

One boy that didn't turn savage, but...

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