Lord of the Flies Essay | One Last Breath

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Summary: William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies, depicts the losses that occur within the human mind when left to their own actions. A group of boys stranded on a bleak island in the center of nothingness was faced with a predicament; they had lost everything they had in life.
What makes a human being distinctive from any other creature? It is the ability to express ideas and emotion in many forms. It is the power to adapt to their surroundings at will and surrender to the threat the wild poses. William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies, depicts the losses that occur within the human mind when left to their own actions. A group of boys stranded on a bleak island in the center of nothingness was faced with a predicament; they had lost everything they had in life. The children have slowly grown accustomed to their new way of life. In Chapter 4, civilization, order, and morality are lost on the boys as they give in to their surroundings, transforming into bloodthirsty monsters who have no desire to return to society.

As the days pass, the boys gradually lose their sense of morality, leaving behind their...

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