Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies

Summary: The Lord of the Flies is truly a timeless classic. Many elements of our society have changed since this novel was written and will continue to change long into the future, such as technology, fashion, government, etc. However, the makeup of society may never change.
Lord of the Flies Book Report

The Lord of the Flies is a very interesting story in that it represents many of the character traits in people that we see in society today. The events of the story demonstrate a continuous human struggle between good and evil behaviour. This is seen in the different characters in the story. For example, Ralph, whom all the boys on the island voted to be chief, is a very positive, charismatic leader. He supports order and democracy. In contrast, Jack Merridew is a very violent character who always wants to be in control or in power, and like a dictator. Simon is a character who is always optimistic, generous, and kind. He is willing to sacrifice himself for others, and therefore, represents goodness. Piggy is the character who I chose to write about. He represents order and democracy with Ralph...

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