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I put this in one big entry because I found it tedious to just split it up by chapters hopefully this is acceptable and understandable because it was understandable to me Anyway his book was ok it was rather a looooong read and for some reason hard because it doesnt seem like it was written for my people my age But anyway There have been so many different views that were hurtful to others or just didnt sit right with them and therefore causing violent acts to happen This country is always trying to solve the problem by using reasoning to try to understand each others view which doesnt work neither It almost always ends up in violence One thing that comes to mind was the story Lord of the Flies It is about a group of young boys who was stranded on a deserted island during WWII Realizing their predicament they begin to create their own society At first everything is great There is a leader and then there are followers However as the book progresses another one of the children feels that he is better suited for power and a struggle begins The two kids both want control over others and their differences split the community into two It is at this point that evil begins to take over The innocent children have now become savages Violence hatred and even murder can be found I had to really look deeper into the book to realize that it is a reflection on the evils of human nature and society greed the need for power and the need to destroy No doubt the violent and gruesome activities of WWII played a role in the authors attitude This book just showed me a lot about everyone has ideas how to live yet not everyone can get along therefore creating a shaky society and soon after while everything may seem okay it became a society
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