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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Essay provides a discussion regarding "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
Man has all types of personalities, and every one of those men has some evil within them all. In the novel Lord of the Flies William Golding writes about civilized children who soon realize a new side to them all. This evil from within reveals itself when the restraints of society are pulled. These stranded kids soon turn into the killing savages society turned them away from. William Golding portrays symbolism through Ralph and Jack to show mans chaotic nature will emerge and once removed from society's order. In this book the boys show another side to themselves, the evil from within emerges in time.

William Golding portrays his morals through the boys; the symbolism is the boys and how they have changed from society's views of good-natured kids. The boy's true instincts are revealed when society's restraints are taken away. The boys show disrespect as...

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