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Lord of the Flies

Summary: In the Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, a group of boys are left in an island all by themselves are to build a democratic society in order for themselves to live peacefully, but things don't go according to plan and they make their own rules and eventually turn themselves into savages.

Lord of the flies

Question: "Ralph's survival is purely accidental. What lord of the flies show's us is that in the end, the violent and the selfish will always overcome the peaceful and the selfless." How far do you agree with this point of view of the novel?

In the lord of the flies, by William Golding, a group of boys are left in an island all by themselves are to build a democratic society in order for themselves to live peacefully, but things don't go according to plan and they make their own rules and eventually turn themselves into savages. The two opposing sides of human characteristics are symbolized through the main characters: Ralph who represents Law& order and jack who stands for savagery. Thorough these characters Golding emphasises the theme that the violent the selfish always overcome the peaceful and the selfless but the...

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