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Ralph and Jack

Summary: Comparisons and contrasts between Ralph and Jack in the famous book, "Lord of the Flies," by William Golding.
Every book has a few characters that have a significant impact on the story. That impact may be good or it might be bad. William Golding wrote the novel, Lord of the Flies. The book starts out with telling you that a plane has crashed deserting a cluster of kids. With the basics laid out, he gave life to many characters that had different opinions and views about living on the island. Some wanted to get off the island more than others, and some want to enjoy the freedom and power of being stranded without any adults. However, all the characters had one thing in common and that was to have fun while they were there. The two characters in this novel that had the most influence were Ralph and Jack. Ralph embodies order, civilization, and productive leadership. He is quick to take the leadership role. While...

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