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Lord of the Flies: Uncovering Evil within Civilization

Summary: The novel Lord of the Flies displays how evil can be uncovered within any civilization. When humans are put into the most extreme of situations, they will resort to anything to survive, even if it breaks up the civilization. Such is the case in this novel, as the bodies and spirits of the boys on the island slowly deteriorate.
Lord of the Flies

"What makes things break up the way they do?" When humans are put into the most extreme of environments, they will resort to anything to survive, even if it breaks them away from civilization. Lord of The Flies uncovers the evil within any civilization.

When Ralph is put in charge, it seems as though everyone feels unified by this decision, but there is some resentment. Jack, the leader of the choir, feels that he is a better leader than Ralph. When the struggle for leadership is evident, Ralph organizes a vote. When Jack loses, you can see his resentment; "The freckles on Jack's face disappeared under a blush of mortification."(15) Another example of the struggle for leadership is when Jack creates a new tribe of his own. He leaves Ralph, Samneric, and Piggy to fend for themselves.

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