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The main thematic statement in William Goldings Lord Of the Flies is that pure savagery of human nature hides deep inside of everyone In this paper I will discuss what drove the boys from civil humans to cold blooded killers I will explain my opinion add the opinion of other authors and explain whether I agree with the other authors or not In this story Golding brought out human reactions to isolation fear torture and murder The stranded boys made a smoke signal that failed and then ended up killing their brother or their fellow man When one does not have much of a chance of rescue and one has put a lot of effort into building a fire which is a chance of getting off the island and when one puts the responsibility in someone elses hands and the other hands slack off take off on a hunt it is only human nature for one to want to retaliate Lawrence R Ries in his literary criticisms discusses the nature of man and how Golding uses that in most of his novels Current affairs are merely a gauge by which to measure the basic human condition Bibliography 4 Golding wrote about the relationship between man and his fellow man In Lord Of The Flies it is a world with no adult control The same rules are not applied on the island as at home The boys eventually move slowly at first but then quickly move into a world of pure primitive and savage violence The human condition is one of aggression and anger Bibliography 4 The rational minority in the society of the island is the character Piggy who tries to think and plot things out Ordinary citizens are represented by Sam and Eric They are eventually sucked under the influence of the dominating tribe led by Jack and the rest of the hunters The boys discovered a link between modern man and primitive
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