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  • Jack's Rules
    351 words
    In "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding, a group of kids crash lands on an uninhabited island. As the time passes, two rival groups emerge, each having a leader with his own view on how to lead. Ralph's rule was democratic. He believed that order could be achieved by peaceful negotiations and reasoning. He got the kids to elect him as a chief rather than enforcing his own rule. He attempted to achieve order by performing peaceful talks during his assemblies. For discipline, he relied on his co...
  • Lack Of Balance Between Jack And Ralph
    1,187 words
    The line between give and take I think there are a few reasons for the conflict between selflessness and self-interest. The best real world illustration of this conflict is seen in the formation of a firm. The entrepreneur has the idea that in most cases requires help in its execution. Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, but without the cooperation of many people nobody except a few hundred would have one. In cooperating the entrepreneur must be willing to compensate the people who are involv...
  • Remaining Members Of Ralph's Group
    798 words
    Based on the events that occur in William Golding's The Lord of the Flies it can be concluded that there are many differences between the two groups that form that eventually lead to the destruction of both the groups. After only a short period of time, many signs of trouble began to appear for the stranded children on the island paradise. The Two leaders that arose out of the group of children were Ralph and Jack. They are competing for the loyalty of the remaining boys on the island. Both of t...
  • Killing Of Mud Eye The Dominant Group
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    Brutality And Savagery are terms are used to describe what adult human beings do to each other all too often, but when they are used in reference to teenagers or children they become so much more powerful. In both The Killing of Mud-Eye by Celeste Waters, and Lord of the flies, the film adaptation of the classic novel by British author Sir William Golding. All the main characters are under the age of 19, and in both texts they show just how nasty things can get turn once all when the adult eye i...
  • Jack And Ralph
    486 words
    Things do no begin to break up because of Ralph's ineffective leadership. Rather, it is because of man's inherent desire for power, his actions toward self benefit and tendencies toward savagery that are the true causes to the downfall of the island's society. The conflict between Ralph and Jack throughout the first five chapters is one of the main causes for the growing disorder of the group. In the beginning, Ralph is elected leader over Jack. Jack is obviously upset but is appeased by being a...

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