Lord of the Flies help with homework: The novel’s narrative action draws an increasingly

The novel’s narrative action draws an increasingly firm line between savagery and civilization, yet the value of each becomes an issue in the conclusion when Jack’s fire saves the boys. Using these terms, what is the novel suggesting about human nature, evil, and human civilization?

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