Utopia In Lord Of The Flies

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A utopia is a prominent thought in all of our minds, but simply cannot be possible among the boys. To have a perfect society, the kids need to work, and listen to each other while fulfilling their needs in order to accomplish their goal of a utopia. When the boys first gather on the island, they want to be independently free, but still seek rescue. As soon as Ralph saw the lagoon, “he inspects [it] carefully and then plunged in” (Golding 12). Ralph, diving into the lagoon represents freedom, but rescue means work must be done along with the others. To start the formation of a perfect world, the boys elect a sustainable leader to guide them to their main goal. Chosen by vote, Ralph takes the throne and “the freckles on Jack’s face disappeared

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