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In this coursework I shall be looking at some of the benefits of not having any adults in the world and some of the repercussions of living life without them. I shall be using the book 'Lord of the Flies' to back up my points.

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Life without Adults Life without adults, I guess this is just one of life's mysteries because no one will be able to experience this. In this coursework I shall be looking at some of the benefits of not having any adults in the world and some of the repercussions of living life without them. I shall be using the book 'Lord of the Flies' to back up my points. One problem that the younger children faced in the book was that they were completely ignored when they talked about their doubts of the beastie. The older kids just laughed at them as it says; "Now he says it was a beastie. ...read more.

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There is no pressure of having to do anything. A second problem to having no parents around is that the children in the story could not have a proper civilised conversation or meeting between each other. At some point there would be a light burst of laughter and Ralph the chief, loses their attention just from a few giggles. The immaturity displayed may not have been tolerated by an adult who would of stamped their authority on this kind of behaviour and taught the children how to behave properly. I also feel that the children's naivety was indeed another problem. ...read more.

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This is especially true for Jack the choir leader. He realised that he should have set people to tend to the fire but he did not and this prevented them from being rescued. After getting told off by Ralph he realised that he was wrong but he did not admit it and started to change the subject. In conclusion, I feel that children will not be able to survive without their parents to guide them and the world would be very much chaos. Even though they may drive you up the wall, although I do not like to admit it, we may still need them. Adults, you can't live with them, you can't live without them. ...read more.

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