Lord of the Flies-main character
Lord of the Flies In this novel, Ralph appears to the reader as the symbol of civilization and order. As the novel progresses, Ralph manages to adhere to his original connection to civilization. Unlike Ralph, the other boys quickly adapt from their societal values to the island's natural ways of survival of the fittest. Throughout the novel, Ralph maintains the same moral and civilized characteristics he originally possessed prior to his arrival on the island.
As the story unfolds, it becomes apparent to the reader that Ralph will not adapt to the savage ways and candor of his fellow casta…
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