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One element in that can change our humanity is technology. The world will only have a generation of idiots. Technology in the hands of people may surpass the importance of a civilization.
He becomes uncivilized and ends up wanting the easiest forms of satisfaction he can get. The boys forget their urge to do anything but listen to him. Jack preys on their fears which fuel his desire for power. Their conspicuous fear makes him crave the power even more and gives him immediate satisfaction.
Hiding his features gives Jack the feeling of more power and control. The symbol of law and order, civilization, and authority is destroyed. The smashing of the conch symbolizes how useless a civilization is to Jack and his followers. In our world today, technology, like the desire for power, can make a civilization less important.
The immediate answers, results, etc. The conch shell is completely insignificant to Jack and the hunters. The symbol of Jack illustrates that there are many elements that have the ability to interfere not only with our humanity, but with our civilization as well.
Sometimes our humanity itself cannot save us from fervent desires that can cause the failure of something very important like a civilization. In our world today, the instant gratification that technology gives us can make us forgetful of what truly matters in life.Significance of Anadiplosis in Literature.
Anadiplosis is an especially effective variety of repetition. Due to the changing position of the key word from the last part of one sentence to the first part of the following sentence, there is a shift in emphasis and thus the role of that key word changes from one usage to the next.
An Annotation of Literary, Historic, and Artistic References in Alan Moore's Graphic Novel, V For Vendetta. Madelyn Boudreaux, April 27, Last Revised. August.
Literary analysis involves examining all the parts of a novel, play, short story, or poem—elements such as character, setting, tone, and imagery—and thinking about how the author uses those elements to create certain effects.
Conflict Definition. In literature, conflict is a literary element that involves a struggle between two opposing forces, usually a protagonist and an antagonist.
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