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DAYTON NOGA TA 13 CLEOME HOPE TA 13 SHER PACEY TA 32 THE LORD OF THE FLIES
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The story starts with a deserted island that is repopulated with a group of boys who were in a plane wreck. They immediately form a democracy with Ralph as their leader. As events go down, the boys fear that their may be a beast living on the island, and all law and order breaks loose. Their war lead to death, and the island was a smaller scale of the world war around them. In the end, the remaining group of boys were saved by a naval offi cer but the everlasting horror of what occurred on the island will stay with those boys forever. INTRODUCTION
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“Without law, there is no order”, is one of the many themes of this book. Immediately, the boys formed a democracy as they elected Ralph as a sort of president. He used his power to give certain roles to the boys, but once the boys overruled his judgments, there was no order. It is the same for the real world, the only thing keeping the world together is a kind of democracy, including a strictly enforced set of rules we live by. Without those laws, the world would be a free-for-all.
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