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Conflicts in "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: Essay examines the conflicts in the book "The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
To be stranded on an island with only young boys would be a struggle. There would be no direct leadership role. There would be struggles for food and shelter. Arguments would break out between them as they stove for food and shelter. It would be difficult to survive. Conflicts between two groups of individuals make other conflicts they are going through even more difficult to overcome.

On a deserted island with no inhabitants other than a few birds and other wildlife a plane has crashed. It carried a handful of young English boys. None of the crew survived the crash. Immediately after the crash, Ralph takes charge. He organizes a meeting spot and calls a meeting. He decides they should have a leader. He himself is up for election as well as another young boy, Jack, who desires for power above anything else. The...

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