Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Cause of the Catastrophe - Lord of the Flies

Summary: Discusses the William Golding novel, Lord of the lacked a vital personality trait, leading to the catastrophe on the island.
Each of the main characters of the Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, lacked a vital personality trait that lead to the catastrophe on the island. Although both Jack and Ralph were brave, Jack was void of morals, and Ralph lacked common sense and decision making skills. Piggy and Simon were quite possibly the most insightful and intelligent on the island, however, Piggy lacked courage and Simon was unable to express himself in an effective manner. These major personality flaws coagulated to cause the catastrophic events on the island.

Throughout the Lord of the Flies Jack was noted for his bravery and courage; although these traits were sometimes expressed through negative actions. Despite his bravery, his lack of morals was one of the main contributors to causing the devastation. One example of Jack's immorality occurred early on in the novel...

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