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In the novel Lord of the Flies written by William Golding the boys on the island were attracted to Jacks group because of three main reasons One of the reasons they joined was because Jack offered safety and protection from the beast Since most of the boys were rather young and immature safety was an excellent offer The young boys also wanted freedom as all young children would rather be free then under supervision Jack offered freedom with very little or even no boundaries Finally the boys were also offered food something they didnt often see while being part of Ralphs group In this essay I will prove that the boys joined Jacks group because of offered protection from the beast freedom and food I think the most important reason for joining would have been for the safety and protection The only threat that the boys were exposed to was the beast Since the boys did not realize that the beast was inside each and every one of them they were quickly persuaded to join Jacks group The beast only represented fear and wasnt real but Jack offered complete protection from this beast and therefore most of the boys quickly switched groups Jack said that the beast could be fought off and his hunters could easily take care of any problems involving this beast Jack also implemented that Ralph was a coward by revealing that Ralph was afraid to go up the mountain when the location of the beast was revealed This deed convinced many of the boys that Ralph was a coward and made them think that only Jack was brave enough to face the beast Jack also boasted that Ralph did not posses any hunters
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