Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Diversities Accountability for the Problems We Create

Summary: In Lord of the Flies, William Golding uses these characters for his own description of our world today, and how we create our own problems from lack of trust, honesty, and mainly our own imagination.

William Golding introduces Ralph, Jack, Piggy, and likewise characters in Lord of the Flies as each having various characteristics and key roles which lead into a disputable theme of how we create evil and what causes it today. The diversity of characters helps represent and prove Goldings idea trying to explain how innocent people such as the children can be torn apart from each other and turned against one another. The cause of this dilemma simply comes from within themselves as they are the problem to what they cause to go wrong.

With each character representing something different, Ralph, the main leader of the boys by election represents what seems to be good, and Ralph, unlike most of the others tries his hardest to build escape fires, and signals before searching for food. The fact that Ralph wants to build signals shows that...

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