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Character Analysis of Jack from "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: An in-depth character analysis of Jack from William Golding's alegorical novel "Lord of the Flies."
The English have always been known for their strong sense of nationalism. In fact, it was partly because of their deep sense of pride that they were dragged into World War I. Even William Golding's character, Jack, in The Lord of the Flies has a view of the English as the "best at everything" (42). Yet, even though nationalism is implanted in everyone, it's not strong enough to bind the masses to the deference of their origin. After being stranded on an island, the plane full of boys fail in establishing a sophisticated society and instead plummet into a chaotic living full of violence and hate. Jack is the initiator of this downfall and represents the bestial nature of human beings.

When the "tall, thin, and boy," (20) Jack Merridew, first arrives on scene he leads a group of choirboys in military fashion...

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