Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Freud, Jung, and "The Lord of the Flies"

Summary: A discussion of the psychological implications of "The Lord of the Flies" as they relate to the theories of Freud and Jung.
Psychology is relatively new science. Dr. Sigmund Freud, the field's founder, developed the field at the turn of the twentieth century. Many people become confused when speaking of psychology, and there are some that do not even consider it to be much of a science since much of it is so very abstract. Some of the principal theories of psychology can be seen clearly in William Golding's book, Lord of the Flies. The characters in Golding's novel illustrate many of the theories that Freud and Carl Jung put forth.

Ralph, the main character of the novel, is the first person that the reader meets. Ralph, like most of the other characters in Golding's book, is a young boy. The boys in the novel range from about six to twelve years old. The reader slowly realizes that all of these boys have been...

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