Character Analysis Essay for Lord of the Flies

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The chances of one of Hitler great, great, great grandson being the character Jack in Lord of the Flies could nearly be a percent of a level four paper. People in fourth period Sully’s class read Lord of the Flies by William Golding. We were supposed to pick a character to analysis it to another person in this world. Jack was then chosen to be comparing to Adolf Hitler. Jack, the antagonist, is a likable character because he has the ability to sing and lead his people, but some of the dislikable part about him is that he will use whatever trick necessary in order to get what he wants. Hitler and Jack are similar; they are both bold, productive and mean that make them true and epic fighters. Without a myriad amount of boldness, people would not be making big contribution to the world. In the beginning of Lord of the Flies, all the characters decide to stick together and do everything together. After a while, Jack feels that Ralph is not a good leader and he should take over the leadership of the people on the island. Jack then made a huge mistake by not having people by going off to hunt for the group instead of helping the group watch and keep the fire one. “I’m going off by myself. He can catch his own pigs. Anyone who want so hunt when I do can come too” (Golding, 178). With the boldness Jack can go off alone, when he had the perfect chance to apologize and go back to the group. The same thing happened to Adolph Hitler where he could have just avoided being “An agent of Province, a man of Destiny, whose vision of the future was infallible” (Schenkman); therefore making him a non-opened minded. This boldness forces him to be someone to do something big; going against the Versailles Treaty. He does not have the choice to accept any criticisms from those who disagree to his plans because people will think he is not doing what he has planned. These two bold male
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