this they act in a violent matter You should have seen the blood! This indicates that the transition of a boy from a civilian boy to a vicious barbarian will soon lead to harmless harm. Lord of the Flies"s about Loss of Innocence. Jack wore the paint instead of the clothes and was freed from shame and self-awareness, and went. Being put in such a traumatizing situation they learn how to grow up very fast. (40) Here is an example for the boys using materials they have with them to survive on the island alone. She kept a sweet-shop. The pause was only long enough for them to understand what an enormity the downward stroke would. This is Ralph claiming his authority. All hope of ever regaining their innocence and ignorance to the nature of man is impossible.
Two important main themes of the novel include the loss of civilization and innocence associated with the concept of innate human evil. The violence that the boys have towards each other is a major part of their loss of innocence. And in the middle of them, with filthy body, matted hair, and unwiped nose, Ralph wept for the end of innocence, the darkness of man's heart, and the fall through the air of the true, wise friend called Piggy. Then they all three laughed ashamedly and began to climb back to the track. By the end of Lord of the Flies, Ralph cries for the end of innocence. He stopped, facing the strip; and remembering that first enthusiastic exploration as though it were part of a brighter childhood, he smiled jeeringly.