Essay heading: Lord Of The Flies Civilization Vs Savaegry

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September 24, 2007

 

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As long as he lives within the rules of civilization, Jack is not a threat to the other boys; his impulses are being re-directed into a productive task. Rather, it is when Jack refuses to recognize the validity of society and rejects Ralph's authority that the dangerous aspects of his character truly emerge...
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Golding suggests that while savagery is perhaps an inescapable fact of human existence, civilization can mitigate its full expression. The rift between civilization and savagery is also communicated through the novel's major symbols: the conch shell, which is associated with Ralph, and The Lord of the Flies, which is associated with Jack...
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