Kenisha Dawson Dawson1 Mr. Sheehan
The Breakdown of Civilization
As people, the intuition to survive is very impelling вЂ“ whether it's rules or disturbance. As the novel moves along, the smaller civilization the boys try to create steadily descends into savagery. The deconstruction from the civilization ends in the kids adapting towards the barbaric means of survival leading to animosity and regression. Your survival is one of the biggest factors the boys put up with. They must get along; remain healthy and happy despite the occurrence. Unfortunately, the civilization starts to ruin as a result of absence of rules and regulations. Jack says, " I agree with Ralph. We've got to have rules and obey all of them. After all, we are going to not savages. We're English, and the The english language are best for everything. вЂќ (Golding)вЂ¦ Rob later will remind the boys of the rules " So remember. The rocks to get a lavatory. Keep your fire heading and smoke showing a sign. Don't take food through the mountain. Take your food up there. вЂќ (Golding, 87) As they still survive, the boys turn into indolent вЂ“ ignoring the guidelines. As primary, Ralph takes the motivation to bring order back to the boys in order to avoid chaos. The boys almost all seem to act in response well to Ralph's idea but Jack. This becomes ironic because Jack acknowledges the fact the boys must have rules to be able to remain municipal and not change into savages. However , through the course of the storyplot, Jack regrettably subsides and becomes a fierce, ferocious. The unconscious animosity between Ralph and Jack limits the males from living in harmony as a result of what they think is more essential. During a conference, Jack keeps the conch and talks вЂ“ Rob interrupts him " The Rules! вЂќвЂ¦...