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Lord of the flies
You can't really say that man is inherently evil because when a human is born all it can do is cry and excrete so it is inferior to most beings when it is born. But the human can learn it learns from their parents the environment around them. So I think man also learns to be evil or good.
It means you learn what other people do and you copy them so if you see your mother or father stealing from the store you would do the same. Evil is not inborn just like good is not inborn. Your mother and father teaches you what is good or bad. I think that man is not inherently evil or good .
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- "Lord Of The Flies" by Golding Viewing the various aspects of the island society .
- "The Lord of the Flies (by Golding) is a picture of our society today." Discusses the statement and show how this statement applies.
- Lord of the flies
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