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Varying Perspectives of Killing: Jack from Lord of the Flies vs. The Barber from "Just Lather, That's All"

   
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As the two characters had different upbringings, their perspectives on killing varied. The barber had well founded morals as an adult, while Jack whose upbringing abruptly ended, forgot that murder was wrong. As displayed by the characteristic differences between Jack from William Golding's Lord of the Flies, and the barber from Hernando Tellez's "Just Lather That's All" their varying perspectives on killing caused them to act differently...
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The barber had well founded morals as an adult, while Jack whose upbringing abruptly ended, forgot that murder was wrong. As displayed by the characteristic differences between Jack from William Golding's Lord of the Flies, and the barber from Hernando Tellez's "Just Lather That's All" their varying perspectives on killing caused them to act differently...
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