Essay On Good Nature In Lord Of The Flies

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Being hunted, discriminated, and isolated, Anne Frank- one of the most discussed Jewish victims of the Holocaust- once stated, “ Despite everything, I believe that people are really good at hearts.” Anne Frank was not the only one who believed that human were born with good nature; her statement was consolidated by the characters of the novel The Lord of the Flies, which was written by William Golding in 1954. The Lord of the Flies began with an island where only little schoolboys were found after a plane crash, which was trying to carry them to the suburban area for the sake of future, during the Cold war. Without any adults and little knowledge of civilization, the boys started to established their own society with their own rules. Life was not as easy as they thought; they had lots of conflicts and fights. Most of these innocent boys eventually turned into savages who broke rules, hungered for blood, and killed others . However, just like Anne Frank, Ralph, Piggy, and Simon-the protagonists- of Lord of the Flies acted as evidence that demonstrated human were born with good nature via their thoughts and actions.
Firstly, Ralph, the protagonist, proved that human were born with good nature through his action and thought. For example, on page 184, while Ralph was looking at Jack’s tribe, who were waiting for Robert to allow them eat, and frightened of how nature had turned these innocent kids into savages, Ralph cried aloud, “ No. They’re not as bad as that. It was an
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