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Fear anger and power can sometimes over power you and your decisions William Golding shows us this in his book Lord of the Flies Meg and Dias Thrilling song called Monster portrays all the feelings of fear Piggy has the anger Ralph expresses and the power hungry urge Jack possess Jack Meridew has always felt the need to be a leader Throughout the book Jack becomes more and more satanic By chapter 10 Jacks desire for power overwhelms his ability to use reason and logic or right and wrong Jacks actions become inexplicitly inhumane On page 176 Robert one of Jacks tribe members tells Roger Ralphs tribe member that hes Jack going to beat Wilfred When Roger asks Robert why Jack intends on beating him Robert himself cannot find an explanation and settles for the excuse that Jack simply wanted to In the song called Monster the lyrics say He battered his tiny fist to feel something then he slowly saw their nightmares were his dreams These lyrics tell a story of someone or something wanting to hurt and terrorize Just as Jack feels he needs to do to gain eminent power Also the melody of the loud intriguing song gives off the emotion of unbearable anger held within You can visualize the feeling of wanting to explode with pure rage as you listen This sound is perfect to describe the way Ralph is feeling when Jack has already taken so much away from him and is now entering Ralphs territory as a threat On page 184 the author William Golding describes the boiling blood inside Ralph and how he was as written on page 184 in paragraph 5 hitting with more passion and hysteria as the face became slippery Just as you get the feeling of enragement while you absorb the thrilling melody through your ears you get this same feeling as you
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