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William Golding author of the novel Lord of the Flies supplies readers with an argument about the true nature of humans Evidence given in the novel shows that humans have predestined evil desires that have been controlled and masked by the presence of societal boundaries This is shown through the controlling nature of Jack the evil acts that were committed and the boys degeneration throughout the novelJack shows his evil nature in the way he attempts to control and manipulate people to get his way He undermines Ralphs leadership and belittles him in order to try and take the role of leader and doing so Jack is ripping apart the tribe for his own selfish reasons Jacks style of leading is harsh and submissive when he finally gains control of the tribe He orders that one of the boys be beaten and does not give a reason for why he is being punished Hes going to beat WilfredWhat forRobert shook his head doubtfullyI dont know He didnt say He got angry and made us tie Wilfred up Hes been he giggled excitedly hes been tied for hours waiting Golding 159That kind of leadership in a young boy is disturbing and somewhat sinister Jack is also obsessed with the hunting and killing of pigs and it becomes that the most important and forefront thing on his mind I went on I let them go I had to go on I- He tried to convey the compulsion to track down and kill that was swallowing him up I went on I thought by myself- The madness came into his eyes again I thought I might kill Golding 51 His behavior is savage and like that of his primitive ancestorsThroughout the novel the boys commit many acts that the reader can consider as evil This includes murder which is known as a universal evil The ability of the boys to chase Ralph knowing that Jack plans on
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