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Character Analysis of Ralph in Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Summary: In Lord of the Flies by William Golding, one of the major characters, Ralph, is elected leader by the boys because he carried the conch. This essay examines the responsibilities placed upon him with this new role, given the lack of adult supervision. Also takes a look at how this role forced Ralph to see the inherently evil side of human beings.
In Lord of the Flies by William Golding, one of the major characters, Ralph, is elected leader by the boys because he carried the conch. Ralph is the representation of order, civilization, and productive leadership. Ralph sets about to build huts and think of ways to maximize the groups chance of being rescued. However Ralph does have some flaws. What evidence in the story suggests that Ralph is civil and stubborn"

Ralph is civil because he is interested in being saved. He is not interested in having as much fun like the rest of the boys. He listens to other's opinions especially those of Piggy, and he takes into consideration the groups' wants and necessities. Searching the book can prove these statements. For example, "There aren't any grownups. We shall have to look after ourselves." A normal twelve-year-old...

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