Chapter 4 Lord Of The Flies Analysis

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After the study of the chapters from ‘The Lord of the Flies’ it’s very clear that the human nature has a wicked side that reveals evil is inherent in human beings and it isn’t an external force. As Jack is the symbol of savagery who has extreme lust of power. In the beginning Jack accepts the rules and want to work together but gradually his innate evil urges him to make new tribe against Ralph where he sets his rules and protects his followers from unseen beast, they eat pig and color their faces with pig blood.
Golding attempts to call every human being is a savage, somehow he is right but it depends on human himself, how much he deals with this idea.

This chapter review character of Jack in “Lord of the Flies”. This chapter also
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Jack and his tribe were looking for Ralph viciously and soon they saw him and ran after him wildly. All of them were unknown of the presence of naval force on the island, they follow Ralph.
Finally, Ralph was saved by the naval officer. At that time Ralph pronounced his famous words, “End of innocence and darkness of human heart”.

4.3 Textual Analysis of lord of the flies
As in the novel, actions progresses straightforwardly from their first meeting after the crash to the arrival of the naval officer. Natural descriptions are often metaphorical and give deeper meaning to the boys’ actions. Throughout the novel situation vary time by time as actions convert from innocence to guilt, from civilization to savagery, from light to darkness.(moody,p.83)
“We ought to have a chief to decide things.”
“A chief! A chief!”
“I ought to be chief,” said Jack with simple arrogance, “because I’m chapter chorister and head boy. I can sing C sharp.”
“Yes!”……………………………………Ralph counted. “I’m chief

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