How Does Golding Show Survival In Lord Of The Flies

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Lord of the Flies

The Lord of the Flies by William Golding shows the skills of survival through a group of boys’ landing on a deserted island. The boys go living in the wilderness amidst World War II without adults, hoping to get rescued and leave the unknown island safely. They show survival skills through Ralph with leadership skills, the fire in which it is used as a smoke signal, and hunting that allows the boys a supply of food. The ability to display leadership is important to survival because showing no authority may lead to instability. Golding’s novel has the boys led by Ralph whose father serves in the Navy, takes initiative to get things done, and is the first to hold the conch which symbolizes the leader. When things got out

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