Lord Of The Flies
Throughout the novel Lord of the Flies, Ralph tries his best to create a society based on survival. As time progresses, it is clear that Jacks feelings are towards living life and having fun. Jacks society eventually leads to corruption, killing innocent people, while Ralphs prevails as the boys are rescued. Ralph uses a repetition of hope towards being saved while Jacks technique with no thought clearly flounders creating savages out of the once civilized boys.
Ralphs original society is split because of lack of interest with some of the individuals. They begin to loose faith in themselves, and thus seek fun and fortune. In the end the group seeking a long-term reward beats out the group looking for short- term rewards, as Ralphs group prevails, causing Jacks to lose stimulating death among the other boys.
From the start, Ralph tries to keep the fire as the key-stone in the group. He knows that fire and smoke is used best to signal ships at a distance. This is what in fact saves the stranded boys. In his group, Ralph makes shelters and calls assemblies. By using this method of bringing civilization to the island, the boys can thus remember what modern day
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