lord of flies
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"All right. Who wants Jack for chief?(Golding 23)"
"With dreary obedience the choir raised their hands.(Golding 23)"
charater vs. character
"Jus' a tooth loose(Golding 186)."
"What's the matter?(Golding 186"
character vs. character
character vs. self
"And in the middle of them, with filthy body, matted hair, and unwiped nose, Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called piggy (Golding 202)."
In the beginning of the book they were fighting for the chief position that Ralph obviously won. They only cared about power between each other.
Close to the ending of the book you can see the character vs. character conflict when they get separated into two groups and they go into war.
The ending of Lord of the Flies i believe tries to show that people can change. With rules none of that would've happened and they would've lived a happier with each other but they wanted power so everything went the wrong way.
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