Themes From Lord Of The Flies
There are several themes in Lord of the Flies that can be related to everyday government. Everyone is fighting. There is a particular group that opposes other?s beliefs. This group feels that their way is the best way to get things accomplished. Some things that are brought to attention in this film are unity, democracy, liberty and freedom, and individualism.
The boys in the film thought that they had to work together as one in order to get off the island. Others did not care if they got off the island and back to their families. First, the group tried working together by gathering food, building shelters to sleep under, and keeping a fire aflame at all times so that maybe they would be spotted by someone flying over or passing by. Some form of government had to be established to keep everyone unified. The group decided they needed a leader. Some thought that Jack should be the leader since he was the oldest in the group. Others thought that Ralph should be the leader since he was already the colonel. Ralph was elected leader since he
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