Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies: Civilization Vs Evil

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Lord of the Flies: Civilization Vs Evil

Summary: Examines themes from the novel Lord of the Flies, by William Golding. Details how Golding uses the story to demonstrate that men is inherently evil.
Are men taught evil in their life or is the evil of man inherent? Lord of the Flies, A book by William Golding, says that the evil of man is inherent. In Lord of the Flies a plane with a load of school boys gets shot down during an atomic war, stranding all the boys on the island with no adults. Knowing there are no adults the kids try to survive and maintain order the best they can. As time passes all but few of the kids lose there sense of civilization and become filled with their natural instincts. Golding, by using these boys, is able to show that man is inherently evil.

The first way he shows that men is inherently evil is through the boys and the fire. When Ralph tells the boys they need fire for light and cooking food...

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