Ralph's Loss Of Innocence In Lord Of The Flies

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Ralph is the agile, good-looking protagonist of Lord of the Flies. The group selects Ralph as the chief due to being older and in possession of the conch. As the leader, he proceeds to make rules, build huts, and a signal fire, the group decides to use the conch as a talking stick and to indicate group meetings. Ralph believes staying good and civilized increase the chance of rescue, even though the others would rather play, hunt, and shirk from responsibilities. Eventually, some littluns started to fear the particular idea of a beast living in the forest; however, Ralph stated that belief was absurd and only in their heads. Ralph's reign began to collapse precipitously on account of the other boys choosing savagery over innocence. Therefore,

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