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Most people say human kind is naturally evil and that there is evil in all of us William Golding expresses this point thoroughly in his novel The Lord Of The Flies The novel shows what can happen to the most civilized of men when there is no structure and little hope of survival The boys show the naturally evil side of humans through control mistreatment and murder Although these boys are from very well-mannered families and strictly disciplined private schools the story these boys can tell proves that even the most proper children can show their dark side and so can any other personAlthough at the beginning of the novel none of the boys have had a chance to express themselves there are signs that the boys have evil thoughts Very soon after the plane crash the boys meet and they start talking about what could have possibly happened and one of the first thoughts was assuming it was from an explosion Another example of a first sign of evil nature is when Ralph starts to set up his plan for how he would run the boys against Jack Ill split up the choir-my hunters that it 42 At this point in he novel Jack tries to make his choir more savage by calling them hunters Secondly Jack shows his need for control by going against the rules Jack begins to say Bullocks to the rules Were strong- we hunt well close in and beat and beat 99 Jack breaks the rules to have his own control over the many boys He shows this control by brutally beating Wilfred Hes going to beat Wilfred he didnt say what for He got angry and made us tire him up 176 The boys especially Jack being the leader of them shows his lack of capability as the chief because he cant even keep his temper in tact to lead the boys properly Throughout the novel boys such
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