Lord Of The Flies Theme Analysis

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The first illustration of the theme that people act differently around others than they might on their own is when Ralph joins the other boys in re-enacting the gruesome encounter with the boar. Ralph is elected as chief and leader by the ensemble of boys, ordering them to prioritize their tasks on the island. His main concern is to ensure that the signal fire stay alight, with the hopeful mindset of getting rescued. Ralph sporadically expresses interest or value in hunting animals on the island. While searching for the beast, Jack suggests an impromptu animal hunt in the forest. Ralph solely partakes in the adventure, because the other boys assertively pressure him into it. Using his spear, Ralph strikes the creatures eye. Attacking the boar

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