Internal Conflict With Society In Lord Of The Flies By William Golding

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The Internal Conflict with Society One of the things that makes the person unique is having a humanity. A humanity represents heart, peace, care, help, and love. A human is a curious person, but there can be some smarter than others because they understand the problem and they try to find solutions from different point of views. In the novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding there are many conflicts that make the characters who they are and their words represent them. The internal conflict used to show the identity of the person, it controls the person and makes the person do things without thinking. Also, it can lead them to hate and even kill each other. Lord of the Flies led to allusion to many things that help the reader understand the theme of the story. It was an allusion to the Garden of Eden. The garden was similar to the island, Ralph said, “This is our island. It's a good island. Until the grownups come to fetch us, we'll have fun” (Golding 35). At the beginning of the book, the boys had to discover the island to know it, and some of them were naked because they were innocent and didn’t know much as an adult person. They didn’t know if this is right or wrong. Adam and Eve knew nothing about life, garden, themselves, and others. They had to discover and learn things. It would be easier to learn the right things from the beginning because it will reduce the consequences for the person and society. It impacted with the theme of Lord of Flies because

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