The lack of color in the film may have led to the tone and mood of the film. It actually felt like the three friends were trying to get out of the violence, but something kept holding them back. Something kept making them fall into more violence. The pace of the film is very fast paced. There are a few sections that are slow, but the majority of the film is fast paced.
Jack at the beginning had that “Civilized Instinct” but lost it because he kept on hunting and got suck into the wild jungle island. The boys elected Ralph as chief and GROUSES at the fact that they didn't pick him. He became a part of the island, he believed the “Beast” was real , Ralph had second thoughts. He knew they would
Spill her blood” (96). Jack becomes obsessed with hunting and has control over the boys because of their fear of the beast. So when told to kill the pig, they’re loyal and do so. In shattering Glass, most of Rob’s friends are hesitant to take part in his plan to transform Simon, but stay loyal to him. “That’s not real power; true power would be making the sheep like Simon.
Fear is a negative emotion and base instinct which is most commonly felt when one is confronted by something one does not understand and leads to irrationality, abandonment of morality and embracement of chaos. The boys rely on their base instincts and emotions as a guide in many of their decisions and rationality hardly ever takes hold in the boys’ mind. For the boys, old enough to draw their own conclusions, old enough to hold a certain concept of rationality and morality, yet young enough to believe in monsters, a single fearful thought without someone to assure the boys whether it is ridiculous or not, can plague their minds. First, the talk of the “beastie”, a beast which can also kill and hunt, on the island, leads to the slow and gradual decline of the boys’ fragile society. First mention of the beastie is put out by a “lil’un” or a member of the boys who aren’t able to hunt yet.
On page 142 the boys are all discussing how the fire and rescue is most important, but Samneric get the conch and together say, “That must be fun like Bill says-and he’s invited us- to a feast-meat-crackling-I could do with some meat.” This is a good example because it shows that people will try and get out of the serious stuff and instead do what they think is most important which to them at the time was meat. Followers may follow people because they are doing something they like, but you can also force them to listen and strike them with
Raeven Williams Ms. Bell/Ms. Taiz Humanities 10 October 24, 2012 Order vs. Chaos In “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding a group of young boys are stuck on an island in the middle of nowhere. Jack and Ralph are of the older kids in the group. Everyone elects Ralph as the leader because they have a sense of trust in him.
In a powerful and original voice, the warns that our livestock industry has repeated the mistakes such as high doses of pesticides, growth hormone, and the ground-up remains of other animals that led to Mad Cow Disease in England. In the first chapter of the book, the author Howard Lyman realized that he was meat-eater; he used to enjoy the steaks as much as everybody in the world. When he found out what goes into meat as we eat daily, he said that everybody would probably be a vegetarian like him. He told us that the plain truth of dangerous when we eat meat. Everybody include myself will say that it is stupid spoken in the twenty first century; in our thought, meat has been served as most primary food in our daily meal.
I, on the other hand, like to eat meat and would rather not think of the animal that had to be killed in order to get it. Furthermore, I can compare my love for nature to Bass’s. Because he loves nature so much he struggles with the fact he is a hunter and even says hunting and killing are not the same thing. Yet, in the end of his reflection he refers to himself as a killer in saying, “I’m a killer, sometimes. I wish I weren’t, but I am.
In Salinger's novel, The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caufield makes it very clear that he does not like fake or phony people. Throughout the story Holden at times makes the reader feel like he or she should feel bad for him because of the hardships he's been through and how he has to deal with the "phonies" when he is actually one himself. As the story goes on Holden proves himself to be the real phony of the book because he never goes through with what he intends to do, he is overly concerned about sex but thinks its overrated, and he's very critical about other peoples lives. Holden Caulfield is the true phony and even more so a huge hypocrite throughout the novel. To start, All he wants to do is connect with someone but the boy has high standards.
This line really makes one think. Throughout the movie, Scar talks just as gracefully as the other royals, but his actions show that he is not a trustworthy character. Just because someone looks the part, doesn’t necessarily mean that they have it. And just because someone may not look the part, doesn’t mean that they can’t be it. Scar uses this concept to his advantage to complete his dasterdly deeds throughout the