Lord Of The Flies

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Lord Of The Flies

Lord of the Flies

Ralph



Ralph was a leader and had a good heart throughout the novel. He took action as soon as he
set foot on the island. He believed in democracy instead of dictatorship when he decided
to take a vote to choose who would be leader instead of appointing himself to be the
leader without the consent of the other castaways. His leadership, cleverness and quick
thinking made him a remarkable leader.

Firstly, Ralph's leadership was important because he organized everything right after he
was elected. That shows that he knew what he was doing. He established an organized way of
communication with the conch. Ralph was assertive when he spoke like when he said, "No.
We're having a meeting. Come join in." He was also a fair and just leader like when he won
the election and he saw that Jack was upset he said "The choir belongs to you, of course"
and "Jack's in charge of the choir. They can be—what do you want them to be?" He knew
his role and did what had to be done.

Secondly, Ralph's cleverness protected them. Ralph was a thinker he thought of ways to
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