Free will in "Lord of the Flies", by William Golding, and in "The Chocolate War", by Robert Cormier.
According to Webster's dictionary, free will is defined as, "the power of making free choices" (Webster 454). Humans, unlike any other creatures, have free will, or have the ability to make their own decisions. Inherent in the ability to choose, is the potential to make choices that perfect or even destroy the world. With good use of free will, the world can be beautiful and pleasing; however, with misuse of free will, evil takes root and has the power to destroy. It is a human venture to learn to properly use the gift of free will. In William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies, a pla…
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