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A Comparison of The Lord of the Flies and Antigone

Summary: Compares the ancient Greek Tragedy Antigone and the novel The Lord of the Flies. Discusses how characters in each literary piece abuse their power. Explores the common themes of good judgment and morality.
The quote "Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character five him power" means that character is not having morals and good judgment in everyday hardship, but character is using power in the right way. Character is using your good judgment and morals when you have power. It is also being able to have power without abusing it. Some people use and abuse power, but others use it in the right way. Two works which support this statement are The Lord of the Flies by William Golding and Antigone by Sophocles.

In The Lord of the Flies, there are characters that use their power in a good way and those who abuse their power. Ralf is a character who has power but uses it in the right way. He is a leader and...

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