Lord of the Flies

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Simon acts morally on the island, he behaves kindly to the younger children, and he is the first to realize the problem posed by the beast and the Lord of the Flies. The problem that there is no external monster, but rather that a monster lurks within each human being. The novel also signifies another human instinct, savagery...
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Shown by reading further into the tribal hunting dance or the actions of Jack and Roger. There seemed to also be a moral conflict between the two boys, Jack and Roger, in that they seemed to go back and forth crossing the line of being civilized to savagery. The climax of hateful scenes for the novel was shown to me by the beheading to the sow’s head, but the brutal murder of Simon by the other boys near the end of the book indicates the scarcity of essential human goodness...
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