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Theres a light at the end of every tunnel If we break this quote up into two parts the first picture that usually pops up into every one of our heads is the darkness itself--an area devoid of all light a place where we cant perceive anything a place where were blind to every sneaky form lurking in its keep The second part to this whole picture is the light in the distance a light emitting from somewhere up above a light that cuts off all that unwanted blindness If we broaden our thinking a bit well come to realize that not only is darkness all of those things previously mentioned but so much more and well also come to realize that theres always going to be a light at the end of every rough course which breaks through to that darkness In all the books that weve read this past year each one seems to define its own definition of what darkness means With that however hand in hand each one also shows its own way of how brightness broke through to the situations where originally no light had been This can be seen when darkness is represented as evil jealousy and hatred and confusion and wonder First of all darkness is represented as evil and wickedness For example in Lord of the Flies Jack undoubtedly seizes Ralphs power as chief and slowly ends up picking away at Ralphs tribe until hes able to form a separate rival tribe of his own Ralphs once civilized group which had been created to help rescue them all from the solitary island was now beaten into a group of malevolent and savaged beasts Furthermore Jack with his spiteful intentions took everyone on Ralphs side away from him just so hed be able to have all the power He left Ralph in all his loneliness and desperation to handle things by himself Needless to say he was selfish
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