Lord of the Flies: A View to the Evilness of Mankind

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When he kills a pig, "he [begins] to dance and his laughter [becomes] a bloodthirsty snarling." (58). Without the influences of civilization to restrict him from becoming a savage, Jack undergoes a series of degenerations in which he is transformed into a power-hungry killer. Nothing in the nature around them is evil, but one of the human ways of talking oneself into inhuman acts is to cite the supposed cruelty of nature...
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Yet, nothing in nature ever harms Jack, so this does not justify his actions of killing and destruction. Jack is evil-- he is born evil. An additional example is yet another death of a defenseless pig. This time it is Roger who marks the pigs life for destruction. He stabs at the pig and shoves the stick, “Right up her ass!” (123) This is a bloodletting most vulgar and foul indeed...
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