"Lord of the Flies": Dissolution of Civility and the Domination of Savagery
In "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding, the two main characters, Ralph and Jack, represent weaknesses of succumbing to darkness in order to emphasize man's inevitable fall into savagery. Golding demonstrates how man's innate savage nature unavoidably dominates all forms of civility and society, by exemplifying the faults of man in a concentrated setting such as the island. The novel is considered a fable or a parable because it includes an antagonist, a protagonist and a moral lesson.
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