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Brutality

Summary: The essay is about brutality using examples from Lord of the Flies by William Golding, "The Most Dangerous Game" by Connell, "When Children are Vicious" by Bergman and "Girls Just Want to be Mean" by Talbot.
We face brutality in each and every step that we take, no matter if it is at school or at work. We tend to hide our brutality in a civilized society, but being brutal is always a way that we act. As we get more and more civilized, our savageness diminishes into nothing but a bump on the road of our lives, a bump that we sometimes stumble upon and run into. But when we move away from a civilized society the bump on the road grew bigger and bigger into a mountain; as we drift away from a civilized society our brutality and savagery are freed from their prison. Writings that I read that run by this idea are Lord of the Flies, "The Most Dangerous Game", "When Children are Vicious" and "Girls Just Want to be Mean." In Lord of the Flies by William Golding a group...

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