Cruelty In Groups - "Lord Of The Flies."
In "Lord of the Flies", William Golding depicts a story of a group of boys who are stranded on an island. On this island, it is obvious that with the negative influence of Jack, the boys behave more cruelly in groups than they do individually. In this novel, William Golding shows the cruel state of the group that is led by Jack Meridew by integrating such factors as freedom, peer pressure and power.
Freedom is a critical factor to groups being more cruel than individuals. As an individual, one tends to be timid and held back, but once that individual is put in a group, they change because…
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