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Values

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By: Jason Sugavanam, Libby Funkhouser, Amirah Al-Sagr, and Justin Pace
Complexity in Lord of the Flies
Complexity
Motivations
A longing is an extremely strong desire for something.
Longings
Six Pillars of Complexity
Values
Values
Longings
Attitude
Motivations
Intentions
Flaws
The pleasures of the
difficulty, paradox, ambiguity,
and multilayered meanings in
literary texts.
Conclusion
Attitude
Flaws

"There was a ship. Out there. You said you'd keep the fire going and you let it out!"
-Ralph(76)
Analysis:
Want to be saved
offered safety
“Daddy taught me. He’s a commander in the Navy. When he gets leave he’ll come and rescue us.” “When’ll your dad rescue us?” “Soon as he can”
Ralph (Page 13)
Quotes

“Cautiously, his stick trailing behind him, Ralph wormed between the rising stems. When he reached the middle of the mat he lay and listened.” Page 197
Analysis
-Ralph longs for different things, during the story
-Ralph first longs to be rescued
-He was without any other concerns, besides leaving
-At the end, Ralph longs just to be alive
-Smaller matters are overshadowed by the larger matters
"I ought to be chief because i am chapter chorister and head boy."
- Jack (22)

- "You haven't got it with you. You left it behind. See clever? And the conch doesn't even count on this end of the island."
"Who will join my tribe?"
-Jack(150,151)




"Before I could kill it- but next time-!"
-Jack(33)
" And they keep running off. You remember the meeting? How we were all supposed to work hard until the shelters were done."

-Ralph(50)
Intentions
Something that is intended to happen or planned.
Quote

“Viciously, with full intention, he hurled his spear at Ralph.”
Page 181
Analysis
-Jack intends to scare Ralph
-He never intended to kill him
-Instead, he wanted him to quiver
for a moment


Jack is only focused on hunting
"If Jack was chief he'd have all hunting and no fire. We'd be here till we died"
- Ralph (93)
Analysis
- Jack wants pigs
- He does not care for the fire
- Hurts the survival of the group
The marks or faults of the character
Analysis
- Jack's Attitude gets worse
- Becomes mad with power
A way of thinking about someone or
Something's Behaviour
reason for acting in a way
Analysis
-Both Ralph & Jack were motivated

- Ralph wanted to work on the huts

- Jack wanted to kill a pig
All Quotes from: Golding, William. Lord of the Flies. New York: Coward-McCann, 1962. Print.
The regard that something is held to deserve; the importance, worth, or usefulness of something
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