Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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How Lord of the Flies Mirrors Modern Society Today

Summary: Analyzes the society created by the boys in William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies. Compares elements of the society created in the novel with modern society. Maintains that the society in the novel is a replica of our own.
Lord of the Flies describes and explores a group of young boys and how they act when they are left alone on a deserted island. In the book, Golding shows how we all have savagery in us, regardless of whom we are or where we are. It is just a matter of how well we control and discipline it. In a way, it is like a shadow of our society today.

In every single society, there is the protagonist and the antagonist. In Lord of the Flies, it is Ralph and Jack. Ralph was the good leader. "There was mildness in him that proclaimed no evil." It is shown to us in the very beginning of the book. They worked together great in the start. In the same way, parties in our world today were once together. But times past and...

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