Lord of the flies character analysis of Ralph.
Chapter 12 brings the culmination of all things evil. Following the murder of Piggy and the capture of the twins, Samneric by the tribe, Ralph is left alone, with the realisation that Jack and his followers have taken the final step over the line from civilisation to savagery. Ralph attempts to convince himself that the tribe cannot be as evil as they seem. To someone like Ralph, who has attempted to maintain some sense of their old life, the descendance into unrestrained barbarism is too much to accept, and yet somehow he realises that his controlled approach to their situation is actuall…
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