Lord Of The Flies By William Golding

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Outline

Introduction
Short intro for Lord of the Flies
Short intro on Gangs
The bullying and group mentality demonstrated in gangs has resemblances to the characters in Lord of the Flies. II. Bullying/Group mentality
Gangs
Drugs/Loyalty B. Lord of the flies
Jack kills the pig/Jack and Ralph fight
III. Effects B. Lord of the flies
Jack killing the pig aftermath
Violence

IV. Conclusion

Gangs are considered a group of people that have a common link together. Gangs are typically ethnically, racially, economically or geographically based. In William Golding 's Lord of the Flies, gangs rise up within the group of boys. William Golding gives us a glimpse of the savagery that underlies even the most civilized human beings. The bullying and group mentality demonstrated in gangs has resemblances to the characters in Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies demonstrates the difference between civilization and savagery.
This novel follows a group of British schoolboys stranded on an island after a plane crash, which killed the pilot, as well as passengers. The boys are left without an adult figure to guide them. The main characters consist of Jack, Ralph and Piggy and in the beginning, Ralph is the boy that takes control. However, Jack soon strays from the group and convinces most of the young boys to follow him and encourages barbaric acts.
In Lord of the Flies, Jack creates a “gang” of the young boys. To solidify their place in Jack’s…
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