Leadership In Lord Of The Flies

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The effects leadership has on groups of people is showed throughout many of the books this year. In the books Of Mice and Men by Steinbeck, The Odyssey by Homer, and Lord of the Flies by Golding, they all show how leadership is very important, and the books show what exactly makes a leader. The books show that each leader needs creativity, responsibility, and perseverance. There can be no true leader without those qualities. Creativity is a great quality for a leader to have. In of Mice and Men George is very creative in many circumstances. First, George is very creative when he thinks of the idea of moving to there own farm. It is very clever of George to think of this whilst he is struggling to survive as is. It shows that he is always one step ahead of others, which is a great trait as a leader. In Lord of the Flies Jack also shows his creativity. One example of…show more content…
From his left hand dangled Piggy's glasses.”(Golding, 64). Another example of Jack being creative is when they wanted to give the “beast” an offering Jack cut the head off of the pig, and then put it on a stick in front of the cave for the beast. Lastly, Odysseus and his crew come close to death multiple times, but Odysseus with the creative mind he has, saved them. For example he saves them with his creativity when they get trapped by the Cyclops. He told his crew to go on the underbellies of the sheep while he stabbed the Cyclops in the eye. Then, when the Cyclops opened the giant rock, all the sheep would run out and they would escape. “Next I told the rest

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