Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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"Lord of the Flies" and "A Separate Peace" Support Hobbes' Quote

Summary: Essay uses "Lord of the Flies" and "A Separate Peace" to back up Thomas Hobbes' quote from the Leviathan that all evil is "natural."
It all started with the attack on the Twin Towers on September 11th and continues to this day. Iraqi terrorists had hijacked two planes and set them on a crash course for the buildings. In retaliation, President George W. Bush declared a "war on terrorism" against all the terrorist groups in the world. In doing so, tension built even greater in the Middle East. Everyday on the news or in the papers, there are stories about casualties of soldiers or citizens in the "war in Iraq." Terrorist factions against the United States usually cause most of these casualties because their belief is that they are fighting an evil power. But realistically, who, or what is evil? Each side in the battle is fighting for their own cause, yet it is impossible to say that either side is right, but...

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