The theme of Id, Ego and Supergo in "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.
"The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding tells the classic tale of plane wrecked English school boys decent to savagery on a desert island. Purposely stranded on an island the story shows how, when isolated, the weaknesses of human nature will emerge. Throughout the story three characters represent each side of Freud's theory of the human psyche; the id, the ego and superego. Jack represents the id, Ralph represents the ego and Simon represents the superego. In "Lord of the Flies" every person's state of mind is represented through a character in some way.
Jack represents the instinctua…
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