Your conclusion would reword the thesis and then, perhaps, give a modern example of immaturity.] is a perfect novel to discuss the "fear of the unknown" in regards to the reality of "the beast," the ignored reality of the paratrooper, and the reactions from any of the boys to their situation.
3) "The Beast" signifies the unknown to the boys and they are afraid of it to the point of being irrational.
Only Simon comes to an understanding of the fear that exists within each person.
Your three body paragraphs would be as follows: the first about the beast, the second about the paratrooper, the third about the revelations due to the boys reactions.
Your conclusion would reword your thesis and then describe a current fear of the unknown.] Finally, I have included our wonderful e Notes page revealing many quotations you can use as primary source quotes!
The boys truly struggle to survive without an authority figure due to their fighting, bullying, and show of emotion.
[With this particular essay, you would include an introduction about struggles due to lack of authority ending with this thesis.In , there are various topics which a writer could focus on, most of which hinge on the civilization versus savagery theme which William Golding portrays so vividly.Each topic could deal with a different aspect, such as the changes in the boys in the absence of "grown-ups;" the fact that Ralph and Piggy work so hard to maintain order, stressing the importance of the conch; the different priorities of Ralph and Jack as they compete for leadership; the importance of "the beast" and how if affects the decision-making; Jack's complete descent into unrestrained evil and also the brutal loss of innocence that completes the story.In the novel Lord of the Flies, William Golding shows that when one is faced with the necessity of survival and savergery that overtakes the society through internal conflics (man vs man, man vs. society), to show that desperation can cause one to make irrational decisions.Choose a novel in which an important theme is explored.It is a symbol of democracy and civilization on the island where the boys find themselves.Jack has little respect for the conch from the beginning and this is seen in his behavior and his treatment of Piggy.Potential thesis statements, which would appear in the introductory passage, could be: 1)Jack's behavior and Ralph's inexperience cause the complete breakdown of all sense of decency and human compassion.The main emphasis here could be on how, despite Ralph's best efforts and Piggy's help, Jack is a stronger character than Ralph, questioning everything and gradually breaking down Ralph's position, persuading the others to join his "tribe." 2)The conch represents the only hope the boys have of maintaining order.Jack capitalizes on fear and uses it and violence as a weapon to manipulate the boys in his attempts to be the leader.Fear is a very real feeling for the boys, once the euphoria of being on a deserted island, with no adult supervision, subsides.