In the book, when the group was together, Piggy was the main scapegoat. But as time goes by, the boys need something else to inculpate their quandaries on. They then target the beast “this head is for the beast. It's a gift.”(Golding 89). They commence worshipping the beast and giving it different thing to not make it attack them.
Cut his throat! Spill his blood!” (Golding 152). Jack does not have the decency to find out what they are killing. All Jack knows is that this is suppose to be a beast and makes his group chant these words when they kill a specimen. After Roger killed Piggy and the conch, Jack gloating, “See?
But, since the boys are falling away from regular civilization actions such as the one in the quote are starting to be classified as morally acceptable in their eyes. So, the boys new societal standards are also causing the evil in them to overtake the good in them. To conclude, in Lord of the Flies William Golding shows the forces of evil overtaking good in his characters when they turn away from the morals they know are correct and start making justifications for themselves. This is seen through the boys thoughts and realizations, when they are hunting, and when the boys start falling away from their regular civilization. William Golding’s Lord of the Flies shows the unsatisfying idea that it is the natural nature of man to let the evil conquer the good in
He was being treated unfairly and the boys picked on him but he endured it as much as he could. He complained about how he was being treated while holding the conch, but if the boys treated Jack the way they treated Piggy, he would have gotten physical about it. Conjointly, before Simon's murder takes place, everyone feast on the pig that Jack and his hunters killed. After they ate things started to get intense between Ralph and Jack. Fortunately, Piggy was there to stop it.
The narrator was embarrassed to friends over because of Doodle’s disability. Doodle’s brother wanted Doodle to walk because he did not want to have to carry him everywhere. The narrator wanted Doodle running by the time school started, so he was not an embarrassment on the playground. Some people believe that a Doodle is responsible for his own death. Doodle is responsible for his own death for many reasons.
Evil and Villains Throughout history man has had to struggle with the problem of evil, as it’s one of the most serious problems of the world and the greatest challenge to man’s faith. Actually, the world of villains is similar to the heroes’ world as it’s full of dreams, challenges and insistence on reaching the goal. The difference is that one fights for evil and the other fights for good. Human beings are confused whether they are inherently good or evil at birth, or they are nurtured to be so. Therefore, we need to know the meaning of the word “evil”.
Have a meeting. They'll come when they hear us” (Pg 16) This was the origin of Piggy's innovation with ideas on how to save the boys and help them survive on the island. Piggy and Ralph find the conch shell while they are walking along the beach. Even though Ralph found
Ralph converses with it and then crushes it. However, all good that was remaining in the book gone when Piggy, by far the strongest mentally, is killed by Roger. This symbolizes that the true leader of the island groups is fear. This is why the boys cry at the end of the book when the naval officer lands on the beach; because they are no longer driven by fear; because they will