After the Russian occupation in Afghanistan, there was some order and a .
As time went on, the country slowly broke .
apart internally. Many tribes and terrorist organizations began to take .
control of regions and any sort of true government was lost. The Taliban .
took control mostly because there was nobody else ruling the country. But, .
even with their absurd rules and punishments, they were unable to keep .
control and order in the region. Terrorist cells began to call Afghanistan .
home in many remote areas of the country, as well as warlords who controlled .
regions of the country out of fear of many bad things they were capable of .
doing. Just as the country of Afghanistan became disorganized and completely .
uncivilized with a lack of proper leadership, all of the boys in Lord of the .
Flies become uncivilized in some way. The boys, much like the people in .
Afghanistan, lost their sense of civilization when rules and an .
authoritative governing body was not in place. In the novel, Lord of the .
Flies, William Golding illustrates that when man is away from society he .
As the Plot of Lord of The Flies progresses, Golding shows us how humans .
will become uncivilized when they become separated from organized society .
through the novel's unfolding plot. The boys start off in a very civilized .
state, but the events of their stay on the island wears on them, and they .
gradually become savage. On the boy's first journey into the woods to .
explore the island, they stumble upon a pig on the way back. Jack is unable .
to kill this pig due to the gore and his unwillingness to partake in such a .
violent action. But, he loses his sense of humanity and civilized ways and .
forgets his old fear and rejection of violence. Jack becomes obsessed with .
the hunt and the killing of pigs. Later in the novel, Jack takes part in a .
brutal murder of a mother sow that is nursing her young at the time. He felt .
no sorrow for the sow, but instead feels the rush of the kill like a savage .