Abuse In William Golding's Lord Of The Flies

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Yash Shinde Imagine young boys in a state of nature. It could be a disaster and that is what happened in Lord of the Flies. John Locke would not approve what happened on the island because the hunters killed Simon and Piggy, they stole Piggy's glasses and they forced some people into consent. The first reason John Locke would not approve what happened on the island is that they killed Simon and people. For example Jack's group thought Simon was the beast and they killed him and they killed piggy by dropping a big rock on him.(Lord of the Flies) John Locke would not approve this on the island because Jack's group is violating Piggy’s and Simons’ right to live. The second reason he would not approve the behavior on the island that the hunters stole Piggy's glasses. For example The hunters raided rest of the people and stole Piggy's glasses. (Lord of the Flies) John Locke would not approve this because they stole piggy's glasses and that violated Piggy’s…show more content…
For example the Jack was threatened Sam and Eric and caught them and started beating him until they joined his group.(Lord of the Flies) John Locke would not approve this because Jack group would be non legitimate because he forced some people into consent. Some people may say that Jack’s government is legitimate because he would protect the boys. For example in Lord of the Flies, Jack said that he would protect the boys and give them food if they join his group. (Lord of the Flies)John locke would approve this because Jack is protecting the boys, which makes his government legit. Some can also say that Jack he will kill and protect the boys from the beast. For example Jack said that he will kill the beast and he will protect them. (Lord of the Flies) John Locke would approve of this because he is protecting the boys, which also makes his government

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