Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies by William Golding clearly highlights that evil will always triumph over good even with the children. Evil was within the children and it came out from their subconsciousness as there were no adults to supervise them. The hunting of the pigs brought chaos and blood to the island. The fire was unsupervised and lead to disastrous ends.

The children came innocent to the island, but as the days passed, their innocence shattered as they were not supervised by adults and they grew with evil to extreme extents. The boys when first entered the island they were all civilised and as they spend time on the island their evil inside their subconsciousness became more exposed. Their innocence is shown when in the first chapter were Jack was unable and scared to kill a   Upig.
“They knew very well why he hadn’t because of the enormity of the knife descending and cutting into flesh; because of the unbearable blood” (Golding, pg 41). This incident shows clearly that the survivors were too scared to kill something as they have never spilled blood of a living thing before.   The example of evil is the consistent bullying of Piggy on the island. Piggy was bullied as he was obese and venerable. When he is trying to collect the names of the littluns’ he is told to “Shut up, Fatty” (Golding, pg 28) by Jack. This quote signifies how Jack was behaving like a dictator and began bullying Piggy.   The evil was also in Roger and Maurice when the destroyed the littluns castle.
“Roger led Roger led the way straight through the castles, kicking them over, burying the flowers, scattering the chosen stones. Maurice followed, laughing, and added to the destruction” (Golding, pg 76). The choir boys were not sorrowful in hurting anyone even the harmless littluns’. As a result of this bullying they started crying.        
“Now, though there was no parent to let fall a heavy hand, Maurice still felt the unease of wrongdoing”(Golding, pg 76). The good inside the children was...