Theme Of Ralph In Lord Of The Flies

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Firstly, Ralph is the most admirable character because of his sense of authority. Authority means to be in charge or being a leader of a group. At the beginning of the book, Ralph meets Piggy and they find a Conch, Ralph has the idea of blowing the conch and the herd of boys from the crash meet up with him. He knows that the boys need stability and someone to guide them, and all the boys even elect him to be the leader of the pact. “I'm chief," said Ralph, "because you chose me. And we were going to keep the fire going. Now you run after food—" (Golding, 185). He knows what he's doing and what they need to be successful in this horrible time on the island. All he wants is to be saved so he is doing all he can to get help, even when
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