conflict between the character Jack and Ralph in Goldings " Lord of the Flies"
Throughout William Goldings novel Lord of The Flies there is an ever present
conflict between two characters. Ralph's character combines common sense with a strong
desire for civilized life. Jack, however, is an antagonist with savage instincts which he
cannot control. Ralph's goals to achieve a team unit with organization are destroyed by
Jack's actions and words that are openly displayed to the boys. The two leaders try to
convince the boys that their way of survival is correct. They continue this desire for
control while turning down each other's decisions and ideas. The back an…
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