Essay heading: ABC's Lost: Jack's Inner Conflict

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For instance, after he failed to rescue the drowning girl, Jack was unable to immediately move on and start anew. Rather, he chased a self-conjured hallucination of his father; undoubtedly a haunting image which again made him wonder if he "has what it takes." Jack flees into the woods in pursuit of this image and in doing so contradicts all the heroic leadership qualities that he exhibited throughout his stay on the island...
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By running into the forest after his father and away from his problems, Jack shows that while he certainly does lead effectively, he still is human and does possess a fatal flaw which his father initially pointed out: emotional attachment. Jack's main conflict is with himself, but the memory of his father provokes said conflict: his uncertainty regarding whether he has the ability to lead...
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