Margaret Herzog Lord Of The Flies Analysis

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Werner Herzog wrote, “Civilization is like a thin layer of ice upon a deep ocean of chaos and darkness.” Lord of the Flies shows this point well, when the kids turn from civilized youngster to animals. A good leader is many things decisive and aware and confident to name a few. The scene when Jack and his group kill Simon emphasizes the need for even more. Without a good leader chaos consumes. So,who was the better leader?

“Decisiveness is the one word that makes a good manager”, Lee Iacocca. Ralph’s decision making process was poor, he took too long to make a decision. Resulting in others to make rash decisions. “ And they keep running off”, (Golding, 2006, p.50). If Ralph was more decisive, the kids would not have run off. While Jack could make make decisive decisions quickly, most were poorly judged. When things got rough both made decisions based on other's input, not using the information around them to make a sane choice. They both lack a key
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A good leader is many things decisive and aware and confident to name a few. The scene when Jack and his group kill Simon emphasizes the need for even more. Without a good leader chaos consumes. So,who was the better leader?

“Decisiveness is the one word that makes a good manager”, Lee Iacocca. Ralph’s decision making process was poor, he took too long to make a decision. Resulting in others to make rash decisions. “ And they keep running off”, (Golding, 2006, p.50). If Ralph was more decisive, the kids would not have run off. While Jack could make make decisive decisions quickly, most were poorly judged. When things got rough both made decisions based on other's input, not using the information around them to make a sane choice. They both lack a key points, that makes a good

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