Inherent Evil or the Sinful nature of Human Lord of the Flies is a book that is written by Golding and it is used to construct the idea of the inherent evil of human nature. Is human Inherently Evil/human nature is Sinful or human are good in personality. For judging this statement the writer Golding use the symbolism of Simon, Ralph, the Hunt and the Island. As the story has move on, Golding describe that the instinctual evil within man is inescapable as he mention, “The Lord the Flies was expanding like a balloon”(Pg.130). For this quote, the meaning is that Lord of the Flies is began to grow bigger and stronger.
But Evil: is everything immoral and malice; a doing seeking personal ambitions. At the most times, writers express the idea of good and evil by light and darkness or white and black. Light or white is good, and dark or black is bad. In Beowulf, evil is typically represented by darkness and shadowy figures. This concept is clear in this quotation "Then out of the night came
Evil is an ever present aspect within the existence of humanity. Satan, a real and powerful being, constantly influences the world through his evil and manipulative ways in order to bring destruction and chaos to earth. Perhaps one of the most evil characters ever written about, Iago, from Shakespeare’s Othello, also portrays many traits that are similar to those seen in Satan. Throughout the Bible and throughout Shakespeare’s Othello, both Satan and Iago share many characteristics and differences of poisonous evil within their manipulative words, origins of jealousy, and their malicious acts, but differ in where this power comes from. Although many may not believe that Satan is a being present in the lives of all, the Bible portrays him as “the father of lies,” and a “thief” whose purpose is to steal, kill, and destroy (King James Version, John 8:44).
Two well written works, “The Cask of Amontillado” and “Hop-Frog,” show the dangers of pridefulness and how it can cause one to do terrible things. In the two stories, Poe illustrates characters that are Fools and some that are monsters and their acts of revenge for the deadly sin that is
Revenges in the story the ghost that continues haunting one man’s soul over a very long period of time. Normally, a friend is someone that should be trusted. However, whatever is demonstrated in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” is the opposite of this true nature of a friend. The perfect revenge is an action of many scores that the story attempted to explain, and what some many more have been lying after. The story is perfect means of expressing revenge.
Evil against Evil In the novel, East of Eden written by John Steinbeck, there are numerous examples of Steinbeck’s characters falling into the hands of evil. Charles and Cal were the supposed antagonist in the story, following in the footsteps of Cain in the biblical story of Cain and Abel. While both Charles and Cal each have their fair share of moments with evil in the novel, there are two characters that really leave a strong impact throughout the novel. Being new parents, Cathy and Adam each had their own responsibilities to their children. However the two both neglected their parental duties each for different reasons but both left the same lasting effect.
But as of today, the evil myth and the borders between reality and fiction as well as history, literature and philosophy are blurred, and so are the roles of Good and Evil. Evil – probably one of the most fascinating topics, not just in fairy tales, but throughout literature. Evil
There is also rebellions which may lead to death, violence, and chaos. I believe that humans are evil because of the abuse of power and from abusing power, and rebellion. William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies shows that humans are evil through Jack. Jack at the beginning of this novel Jack was given power. Jack led the choir boys, then when there was another threat or leader Jack challenges him to get his power back.
Therefore, he was made evil by the way he was treated. The saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover” it quite true in this case. The monster was not born evil. He tried over and over again to get people to see past his ugliness and into his heart but no one could see it. This changed the monster into a sad and lonely monster with nothing to live for.