Lord of the Flies

followers of the island and what makes them a leader

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Ralph represents order, leadership, and civilization. He is he novel’s protagonist, a twelve-year-old English boy who is elected leader of the group of boys marooned on the island. Ralph attempts to coordinate the boys’ efforts to build a miniature civilization on the island until they can be rescued. Ralph represents human beings’ civilizing instinct, as opposed to the savage instinct that Jack embodies.