What is he calling? According to the quote, in order to kill more children of the God, the Satan will confuse them to have wars. This is an action of evil. But this also make us wonder, how we not be evil but is attract by an evil action? The answer is this is we are born savagery.
1. Have you ever heard of the book known as “Lord of the flies” “AKA: LOTF” it has betrayal evil and murder; written by 3.William Golding, 4.the book is realistic fiction,if not you should read it or watch the movie on it so you can have a clear view. Is Jack or Ralph the better leader. In my eyes Ralph is the better leader because how he feels sayin you don’t follow me then survive out here alone without protection or shelter. 5.Jack is also a good leader but he is so power hungry it makes me feel like he’s a dictator and yes he also couldn’t be one either, but he makes me think he just wants to be more powerful than Ralph.6.
Through the Story of Billy Budd Herman Melville shows the reader that logic overcomes morals as logical suppresses morals when dealing with Billy Budd. Melville throughout the story shows both moral and logical forces superseding each other but logic becomes the winner as Billy is found guilty. In society logic is the common thing to do and the logic of laws always win whether or not fair. Melville shows the unfairness of the world in how morals are not placed highly as they should be just as important as logic. Billy Budd is one of the best sailors on the merchant ship the Rights of Man and the naval ship Bellipotent.
Ralph also attempts to bring unity and come up with plans to escape and much more. This represents Ralph as a democratic because a democratic leader is a system of government in which power is vested in the people. Another instance to prove that the novel can be seen as a political aspect is that Jack represents dictatorship. This is proven throughout the novel. In the beginning Jack immediately shouts out giving no chance to the others, that he should be chief.
When it comes to the novel, Lord of the Flies, some of us will readily agree that the boys’ immoral and savage acts exposed at the end of the novel, demonstrates the evil that lives naturally within humankind. Where this agreement usually ends, however, is on the question of was the cause for the boys’ immoral and savage conducts a biological or an environmental factor. Whereas some are convinced that biological factors are to blame, others maintain that the situation or the environment is to blame for their behavior. In my own view, both factors are to blame for the boys’ immoral and savage behavior, but the environment the boys’ where force to live had the most impact on their actions. Being deserted on an unknown island can cause any individual to experience a variety of emotions all at once; from fear, to anger, and then excitement.
Throughout Lord of the Flies, different symbols convey the fact that human nature is purely evil; therefore the boys should adopt a socialistic parliament to try and eradicate the force of evil. The major leading ideals in the book are equality and defense. The boys use equality
Throughout the novel, Lord of the flies, human nature is evaluated by the characters’ actions. In the beginning of the novel, the boys act innocent, they start a democratic society. Driven by Jack and his hunter's desire to feed the population, they lack moral value. With a new sense of thrill, associated with hunting, the boys felt a rush of power, and with this power, they began to inflict pain on others. As a result, Golding believes the nature of man is good but is enticed by evil through the internal conscious.
The novel the ‘Lord of the Flies’, by William Golding has a main theme that touches on the human condition – ‘the struggle between civilisation and savagery’. Golding advances in his writing techniques, showing symbolism and characterisation throughout. Golding chose to create a ‘Beast’ that would soon cause an emotional ‘rip’ between the boys. This beast is a symbol for the evil and the malice that resides within the children. Characterisation is shown with Ralph displaying different concepts like leadership and order, Piggy, intelligence and reason, Simon kindness and Jack, savagery.
Golding brings out the evil, and the brutality of man under the cover of the civilization .He states that the theme of Lord of the Flies was “grief, grief, and grief, at the fallen nature of man”. He further stated that “Lord of the Flies is not a satire on human society. It’s only too sad, a picture of what human society is like.” Lord of the Flies is Golding’s “attempt to trace the defects of society back to the defects of human nature. "(Golding) Major themes dealt in this novel are as following; CIVILIZATION VS. SAVAGERY: 7 Ralph and Piggy are the representatives of a civilized nation
Lord of the Flies has many parallels with our real world both historically and currently in 2018 with leaders such as Adolf Hitler and Kim Jon Un, who have proven that mankind itself is the principal threat to our civilisation because of man’s inner evil and greed for power. I will today convince you how the main threats to civilisation and social order both in the play and our real world is definitely humanity itself. “Which is better - law and rescue or hunting and breaking things up? To have rules and agree or to hunt and kill like a pack of savages?” These powerful questions are asked by Piggy in Act 3 of the play to the group of boys on top of the mountain just before he is murdered by Roger. These questions go to the core of the main theme in the play – the conflict between civilisation and savagery.