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Lord Of The Flies: Human Nature

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PBA: Chris Lamoureux The author of Lord Of The Flies, William Golding, has an interesting, and rather valid take on the nature of man. He believes all men are inherently evil. He states that we are all born evil because we refuse to accept moral lessons without entertainment behind it (fables). Another one of Golding?s main points is the ?sinful nature? of man, due to the fact that, biblically speaking, man is gripped by Original Sin. A fallen being, he is sinful in nature. Therefore, Golding concludes, man is inherently evil.

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