The Lord of the Flies According Freudian Theory

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S H H The Lord of the Flies According Freudian Theory Every human has the three major element of personality which is called Freudian Theory of personality. They are Id, ego and super-ego that’s control actions of person . But when one of them troubled specially id, the human nature changes to animal nature and finally, become a beast. Thus, human become killing, eating and doing what they want without constraint desires. In the early twentieth century William Golden show us how a human becomes a beast when one of the elements of personality trouble through his great novel The Lord of the Flies . he represent this side through lost children in an island without any adult. In this paper , I will prove that every human being has a beasty side through analyzing four characters ( Ralph-Jack-Piggy-Simon) of The Lord of the Flies. The Lord of the Flies , is a novel about a plane evacuating a group of schoolboys from Britain is shot down over a deserted island. Two of the boys, Ralph and Piggy meets and discovers a conch shell on the beach. Ralph accepts idea of piggy and when they push air through the conch the sound make the other boys in the island to meets together. The boys are left to govern themselves, range in age that Ralph and Jack two older boys . They votes to put Ralph leader of them . Thus, he was the boy has a conch .The leadership was the key of all trouble faced them. . The first trouble begins when the boys fears from the “beast” somewhere on the island so , they decide to make a fire to signal any passing ships. To doing that they use the glasses of Piggy. Jack was jealous of Ralph’s power. He decides the boys devote to hunting food. Instead of maintaining the fire. Jack, among many others, seems to become more and more savage the longer they are on the island. and in other side a wise boy
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