Persuasive Essay Lord Of The Flies

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The novel Lord of the Flies written by William Golding tells the story of a plane that crashes out in the middle of the Pacific Ocean which kills all of the passengers on it, with the exception of a group of young boys who are left stranded on an island. With no adults to guide them, they are left to fend for themselves as they try to survive and find a way to get off the island. As the boys try to figure what they are going to do and how they will survive they will be faced with many tough decisions that someone their age would ever normally have to make. Along with being scared the choices, they make and the events that occur because of these choices eventually lead to the tragedies and deaths on the island towards the end of the novel. …show more content…

He believed that he should’ve been the one true leader of all the boys on the island, and he ruled with absolute authority and an iron fist showing no mercy to anyone. While Ralph appealed to reason in order to get cooperation from the other boys. These differences between the both of them caused the split up into the two groups and also would cause the death of Piggy because of him sharing the same views as Ralph. Piggy also argued with Jack over every little thing and in the end, Piggy would end up paying for being against Jack instead of being with him by losing his life. He also murdered Simon with the assistance of the other boys except for Ralph and Piggy. They murdered Simon because they believed that he was that they were looking and hunting for. In the spite of everything, Jack wouldn’t have tried to prevent any of the deaths of the other boys on the island because both of the boys who died were against him and everything he believed in. Jack wouldn’t have needed to try to prevent or save Piggy and Simon from dying because their deaths wouldn’t have affected his group and only Ralph’s group would’ve suffered from

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