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The Island is a microcosm of the evil we produce in the world today Greed powerdomination are all factors of evil in the story line and in todays societyThe first human instinct is survival The fittest will survive as in the book and in todays world For example someone who is very skilled in math or physical feats may receive a scholarship pertaining to their skill Taller and attractive people seem to get the better and higher paying jobs Aborigines in Australia will eat grubs and insects to survive We may find this repulsive but human instinct rules when we have no other optionsOur human instinct also makes us frown upon people with undesirable traits such as obesity poor eyesight or deformities These people cannot fend for themselves as well as fitter people and die off so they may not reproduce The fittest surviveThe role of survival of the fittest was best described on pg 8 I cant swim on account of my asthma Piggy was already going down in the food chain of the island Ralph was a tall attractive boy who had very good leadership skills It is no wonder that he voted in as leader Piggy cant defend himself An example of this is pg 17 Shut up fatty Another example is when piggy wants to come with them up the mountainpg 20 Illcome your no good for a job like this The boys on the island resorted to killing pigswith such savagery when they felt that they were hungryWhen there is no order chaos arises There are many examples of this in our society today Riots happen when the people think they can get away with it The number of people outweigh the number of authority figures People hurt other people and steal This is notsomething that would happen in an ordered society All these people know whats right and wrong but their human instinct gets the better of
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