Do you know the soldier’s draw?’ Michele’s father has got an idea that because they decide to kill Filippo and just need one man to do it and that will help others get in to the safe place. Michele’s mind was fight in his heart, family with friend, family with justice, family with compassion, and friend with friend. Anyway the fair and commiserate are the final way he does chose, because in his mind the justice and compassion’s value are more than family that because he has a hero that called Tiger Jack to show him how to do. Justice and compassion beat the family, and friend beat his family. That’s the
Is Humanity Good or Evil? Humans in our world can make bad choices throughout their lives, this does not make them an evil person. I believe that no person on the face of the Earth is truly evil. Everyone in the world at least once in their lives do something that they are ashamed of because they know that it was the wrong thing to do, this is what makes us human, we all have flaws, we are not perfect. This is why I strongly believe that no person is truly evil.
Jack reacts to Simon’s death by telling the tribe that they attacked the beast, but he says that it can’t be killed. The boys in Jack’s tribe avoid feeling guilty because they say that the beast was disguised suggesting how Jack’s manipulation has fooled them once again. Everyone except Ralph, Piggy, Sam’n’eric and the littluns have joined Jack’s tribe. Ralph has lost all of his power to Jack. Piggy insists that Ralph’s ‘still chief’, but Ralph is well aware that the power dynamic on the island has shifted completely to Jack’s side.
Golding’s underlying argument is that human beings are savage by nature, and are moved by primal urges toward selfishness, brutality, and dominance over others. Though the boys think the beast lives in the jungle, Golding makes it clear that it lurks only in their hearts. Civilization Although Golding argues that people are fundamentally savage, drawn toward pleasure and violence, human beings have successfully managed to create thriving civilizations for thousands of years. So that disproves Golding’s theory about human nature being savage, right? Wrong.
In the world, there is and always will be a war of good versus evil. It is a battle that will not end until the world itself has ended. In The Lord of the Flies, there are some boys who can be thought to represent evil, and boys who represent good in the world. Jack and Roger both symbolize savagery and evil with their horrible behavior and thirst for killing. Ralph and Simon are almost complete opposites of Jack and Roger, because they are symbols of good and purity in the book.
Actions can be made not always with the intentions that we think actions can be made with the intention of power, greed of power. Jack thought that because he brought meat to everyone he was powerful enough to put others down. “Jack turns to the hunters. ‘He’s not a hunter. He’d never have gotten us meat.
Grendel had no hall, no lord, and he disobeyed the laws of warfare by attacking at night. For this, Grendel’s point of view is a little skewed for he has such a burning hatred for men that he murders and eats them. When hearing of Beowulf, he is the shining example of everything that Grendel hates. Over the course of the novel, the reader realizes how much Grendel acts like a human and how his train of thought is more rational than portrayed in Beowulf. This personification is shown throughout because of his complex thought patterns.
Jack becomes successful in gaining power because he rules by fear and with intimidation and brute force. Even the army of hunters fear Jack when he “beat Wilfred”(176) for no apparent reason. Although Jack’s irrational decisions appease the little ones, his actions hurt the boys’ chance of rescue. As time passes on the island, Jack’s own bloodlust prioritizes itself before the need to be rescued. In order to protect the little ones from the beast, he makes an offering “for the beast.”(151), creating the basis of a religion.
The Beast, the “Lord of the Flies”, is seen by the boys, as a real object on the island that frightens the boys. It comes into the story when a smaller boy mentions that he saw this “Beastie”, this “Snake- Thing”, in the forest. Whether or not he’s telling the truth, isn’t the top priority, but what they should do about the animal. Jack, wanting to gain favour and power in the group by playing on the fear of the other children, steps up, and says that he will go out and kill the Beast. By doing this he confirms the children’s worries that the Beast is real.
When the shadow, in gebbet form, ambushes him, Ged feels that his powers are being taken from him (116). This is an example of the evil inside himself, which renders the good side useless as it overpowers him. This shows the constant struggle for power between good and evil, including the battle of virtue vs. sin inside each of us. When Ged makes his first actual attempt to hurt the shadow (by grabbing it), he suddenly gains the ability to know where it is at all times (160). This leads to his discovery that the shadow can’t steal his power if he is searching for it.