Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Inner Evil as a Theme in "Lord of the Flies"

Summary: The evil on display in William Golding's "Lord of the Flies" is the same evil we all must face during our time on Earth.
"Nothing in the nature around us is evil. This needs to be repeated since one of the human ways of talking oneself into inhuman acts is to cite the supposed cruelty of nature." John Berger, British actor critic. It is true that uncontrollable forces such as natural disasters and diseases cause human suffering. However, there is another inexorable force that destroys lives and is glossed over. This onerous force is human evil, and it dwells within everyone. This evil is the most deadly because its' attack can only be predicted, prevented, and extinguished by the human that contains it. Humans often blame other things for their distress, when the full blame falls on themselves. They engender their own destinies with the actions they perform. When their invidious side emerges they forgo their good morals and bury themselves in a dark...

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