Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies Contrasted with The Beach

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Lord of the Flies Contrasted with The Beach

Summary: Provides a comparison of characters from the novel Lord of the Flies and the film The Beach. Describes how the characters become corrupted over time and also how each reacts to power and authority.
In movies and novels there are similarities and differences in characters that can be compared. I plan to show how both Simon and Etienne had not turned like the others. The others in the group had developed from civilized people to savages. Jack and Richard are both characters that bring an infatuation with hunting to the island and soon forget about their other responsibilities. These two characters will do anything to stay in power, and continuously rise. Both characters were corrupted and set the path of soon corruption for others in their groups. Sal and Roger are also both looking for power and authority role. Although Roger in the beginning of the novel fears harming others, he then evolved into a monster that would carry out any actions to stay in power. In this essay you can find a comparison of the...

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