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"Lord of the Flies" and "The Outsider" Comparision
One of the key elements to survival is being able to adapt to society. The ability to adapt leads to success in life, but failure to adapt leads to tragedy and sometimes in extreme cases "death". The book "Lord of the Flies" and "The Outsider" illustrates Piggy and Mersault lacking the basic instinct to accept changes in their life. Piggy and Mersault died at the end because of their inability to adapt to changes in their situations.
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