Logos formed only after the authority was established. Pathos was deeply engrained in everyone, wishing for help to come all along. An adult in uniform questioning others will usually end up being the cause for reevaluation of one’s motives, behaviors, and what they stand for. The very same predicament of morals versus survival which the boys struggle with is reflected at the ending. This struggle was not seen by Wendy L. Sunderman, but she recognized the ability from her own students that any group of people can reenact the same experiences Golding imagined.
If your best friend is in a fight with someone you are going to take your best friends side and help them out. In the article Saul says that the boys being tested weren’t like a, “gang” and that they were normal well behaved kids but to an extent they actually were similar to a gang. They were like a gang because they all only had each other to depend on as they are going for the prize and they are always going to be prejudice towards anyone who is trying to get in the way of that. There was an argument that claims that the kids didn’t believe the study results were true because they didn’t understand the experiment, which to me doesn’t make sense, because if the
You want to belong to people who care about you, but what if you never were? Christopher Creed, the boy who disappeared never was accepted by others. Chris was labeled as bothersome and annoying, but that was who he was. He was an intelligent person who got criticized for doing so. Many people judged Christopher, it was apart of his daily routine.
Mr. Grandcourt and Daniel are juxtaposed throughout the narrative. The first, is the portrayal of pure evil. He is a powerful and violent man. He does not have a real occupation, but thanks to is inheritance he does not have to concern himself about frugal things such as money. He is a cruel man and most of the time he acts out of
Actually, he is a kind-hearted man, only you make him a beast. Otherwise, he doesn’t abuse you, he shuts you up only, he just presses you a little; and this happens in every family, and this is part of the life. At least according to him. It is a long story how I came into this situation. Why I didn’t leave him after the first slap in the face.
However, the boys are ready to kill, which shows their lack of knowledge, and savagery overcoming them. Insight of Ralph being a good leader, (Prepositional phrase) this is surprising. He is allowing savagery make decisions for him. Simon is different from most of the other boys. He uses logic in thinking that there can 't really be a beast, and savagery is turning the boys into the beast.
If a deviant act has been done, society before judging tries to see what caused it. Intention is an important in defining a person as deviant. As a society we see whether or not the person did the act willingly or was the act done because of outside influences. For example, I had a friend who was always angry and outsiders looking in thought it was internal, they are just bad-tempered but I knew what his home life was so I saw external, his dad beat and yelled at him for no reason so he acted out this way because something bad happened to him. I based my inference off beyond his control, therefore, I did not see him as deviant.
He longs to be a scholar but he growing up he was too smart and because of that he many disliked him. His wanting was considered a sin in the dystopian society he lived in, so when he was assigned the job of street sweeper he accepted it as he saw it as a way to make up for his sin. The job as a street sweeper can be be considered Equality 7-2521 place to go and the reason to go would be to atone for his sins. As with most journeys this one was not the protagonists choice. He wanted to be a scholar more than anything in the world.
Furthermore, an analysis of Leper as a person and as a student is needed. His traits and interactions with the other characters make him a very interesting character. Leper is a great example of a round character. For most of the book Leper kept to himself, but this can be dangerous and proved to be so. For the first half of book Finny was a timid introvert.“With Leper it was always a fight, a hard fight to win when you were seventeen years old and lived in a keyed-up, competing school, to avoid making fun of him.” - pg 87-88.