Lord Of The Flies - A Critical View

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The two fight often and this results in the division of the island, with Jack and his followers on one side of the island, and Ralph and his followers on the other. This desire for power is a flaw in their characters because their tempers flare easily, as well as this causes discontent in the community of boys...
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Ralph is a controlling boy, yet he is passive aggressive, this resulting in his inability to use force when it is required. Piggy must solidify his attempts at unity and at building a signal fire, and this eventually leads to Ralph’s near demise. Jack is forceful and impulsive, as well as controlling, and this leads to the murder of Simon, as well as the murder of Piggy...
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