Lord of the Flies-Rules on the Island Essay
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We need rules to keep us safe. Also, rules will make it fair and equal for everyone and help us to survive and be rescued. It is really important for us to follow these rules. We need rules on this island to keep us safe until we are rescued. We nearly set the whole island on fire and now the boy with the birthmark is missing! To stop this happening again we will have only one fire only, up on the mountain, for cooking and as a signal.
That way no-one will be harmed. Also, don’t wander into the jungle at night.
You could get lost and then we all have to come looking for you. Another problem is boys going to the toilet wherever they want. It stinks and it is dirty, especially when you go near the fruit. We could all get sick from it! From now on go near the rocks and the water will wash it away.
These are just a few reasons why we must have rules! Rules will ensure that every boy is treated fairly and equally. The conch should be used at all meetings where only the boy with the conch can talk. By doing this there will be no interruptions and everyone will get a fair say.
Furthermore, Piggy has been hit and his glasses broken. The idea of the stronger boys taking advantage of the weaker ones is not acceptable. This behaviour is barbaric! Can’t you see? If we continue this there will be fights and arguments and we will fall apart. Without doubt this proves that rules are needed. We need rules or we won’t survive and get rescued. We all need food and shelter to survive. Without food we will starve and without shelter there is no protection from the elements.
We must work together so shelter is built and food is caught. In addition, if we don’t follow rules such as keep the fire going we won’t get rescued. We already missed one chance of rescue when Jack left the fire, we won’t miss another! Clearly this shows, it isn’t hard, rules must be followed. You guys have to realise that these rules determine life and death. Rules keep us safe, they ensure everyone is treated fairly, and help us survive and be rescued. It’s up to you to follow these very important rules which must be abided to.