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Evil The Covering Over the Divinity Within No one who conjures up the most evil of those half-tamed demons that inhabit the human breast and seeks to wrestle with them can expect to come through the struggle unscathed -Dora Complete Psychological Works There exists an all poweful force in this universe that makes man fall into an eternal abyss of illusion and hell It is called Maya Cosmic Illusion by the Vedanta and evil by the English It wounds the opponent always many times almost fatally It is the most ferocious wild and swinish beast in existence Sometimes a mere glance at it can provoke it to attack There is only weapon that can kill this evil that can wipe it away once and for all that can triumph over all else and that is the Highest Good In Goldings Lord of the Flies through the characters and symbolic happenings it is shown that in all being lies this Maya or illusion which we call evil and the Highest Good and if either of these are dove into astounding effects on the human heart are inevitable Golding shows that how even within innocent school boys there lies this tremendous force of illusion As he builds up his novel he reveals how evil manifests itself in different ways until it reaches its climactic maximum The story can be said to be an allegory of present day society for evil is not just in the pages of books but is a reality that affects the world Golding makes his central theme very clear when the pigs skull which represent evil is speaking to Simon The Beast says Fancy thinking the beast was something that you could hunt and kill Evil is not something in gross form that one can handle by physical means You knew didnt you Im part of you Close close close143 As Mahatma Gandhi once said The only devils in the
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