Lord of the Flies Human Nature Essay - 936 Words
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that children, not humans in general, are swayed by the ideas and actions of
their parental figures is also a central idea of the book, "The Lord of the
Flies" by William Golding.
Because of the war in England where the boys were from their human
experience was one of war.
Human Nature in William Golding's "Lord of the Flies" Essay
Both Ralph's and Simon's experience with the Lord of the Flies states that "all men are capable of evil, and evil is inherent in all human beings, without exception." (Ridley 107)
The Lord of the Flies illustrates the capabilities of evil in all things.