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Lord of the Flies

After the Russian occupation in Afghanistan, there was some order and a
group resembling a government. As time went on, the country slowly broke
apart internally. Many tribes and terrorist organizations began to take
control of regions and any sort of true government was lost. The Taliban
took control mostly because there was nobody else ruling the country. But,
even with their absurd rules and punishments, they were unable to keep
control and order in the region. Terrorist cells began to call Afghanistan
home in many remote areas of the country, as well as warlords who controlled
regions of the country out of fear of many bad things they were capable of
doing. Just as the country of Afghanistan became disorganized and completely
uncivilized with a lack of proper leadership, all of the boys in Lord of the
Flies become uncivilized in some way. The boys, much like the people in
Afghanistan, lost their sense of civilization when rules and an
authoritative governing body was not in place. In the novel, Lord of the
Flies, William Golding illustrates that when man is away from society he
As the Plot of Lord of The Flies progresses, Golding shows us how humans
will become uncivilized when they become separated from organized society
through the novel’s unfoldingplot. The boys start off in a very civilized
state, but the events of their stay on the island wears on them, and they
gradually become savage. On the boy’sfirst journey into the woods to
explore the island, they stumble upon a pig on the way back. Jack is unable
to kill this pig due to the gore and his unwillingness to partake in such a
violent action. But, he loses his sense of humanity and civilized ways and
forgets his old fear and rejection of violence. Jack becomes obsessed with
the hunt and the killing of pigs. Later in the novel, Jack takes part in a
brutal murder of a mother sow that is nursing her …