7 Habits Of Highly

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Jack illustrates the potential damage an egoist can do to society, exemplifying Rousseau's fear. According to Rousseau, "Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains." This paradox can be seen through the chaos that ensues when the conch breaks. There is no source of order, thus the boys are metaphorically in "chains", as they struggle to maintain some form of leadership and authority without adults...
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There is no source of order, thus the boys are metaphorically in "chains", as they struggle to maintain some form of leadership and authority without adults. Golding conveys that their craving for independence resulted in a miserable failure because of our inherent evil...
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