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Lord of the Flies By William Golding Jack and Rogers sprial into Savagery
" "You don't know Roger. He's a terror." "And the chief-they're both-" "-terrors-" "-only Roger-" (189; Ch. 12). As Lord of the Flies races to its conclusion Jack and Roger have become the dread the boys fear, but cannot escape. Cruel and sadistic these two boys do as they please, torturing children and hunting a fellow boy, the price of their humanity they gladly pay. At the beginning of the novel, a reader would think Jack and Roger were just two innocent Christian choir boys, but as the novel progresses, we see that even the most innocent have the evil of human nature in their so…
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