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The Beast in the Children Everyone has an evil side in themselves somewhere most of us just dont show it The children in Lord of the Flies exert their evil side constantly after they begin to lose contact with the outer world The Lord of the Flies by William Golding deals with the reality of humans under stress which can easily bring out an evil side to anyone It begins when an airplane crashes into the ocean and many young boys are stranded on a tropical island All the adults are killed and they are given the tasks to survive on their own After a little while a boy named Jack with a warrior attitude splits from the rest of the group to start his own He brings his hunters and start to eliminate the leader Ralphs group A beast they start to worship is getting over them and they are beginning to kill each other The beast on this island is much more than the children themselves it is their emotions and behavior that brings the beast to reality The children play a large role in the part of the beast In Lord of the Flies the children are showing humanitys innately evil side The children claim that there is a strange monster terrorizing the island The only thing that is terrorizing is themselves and each other Maybe the beast is only us 75 This quote is trying to say that the beast is the children fighting each other Over time the children began to show an evil side of themselves by worshiping pigs and pig heads Each child is a different part of the beast that shows a different evil Im part of you 150 The children are all contributing to each others evil by doing different acts and behavior It shows how when people are away from laws and society they tend to change and show an evil - not taking
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