Lord of the flies human nature
The Revolt of Human Nature
<Tab/>Human nature can find its way through people as young as school age. In The Lord Of the Flies by
William Golding, a group of school age boys are stranded on an island and have to fend for themselves. After time each child shows his feelings in very severe ways. Ralph, Jack and Piggy all have very different characteristics and ideas and try to express them constantly. Some, although, take much more extreme actions to prove their point.
<Tab/>Ralph shows early that he is a leader and takes on this priority through much of the book…
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