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In the novel The Lord of the Flies, there is no "governmental" structure. There are numerous young boys stranded on an island together (the oldest of which I do believe to be about fifteen) with no rules or consequences. With no structure and no rules to follow, these children do whatever they want whenever they want, thus resulting in the fall of their "society."
thats true, therefore there should be no rules
because he think he the boss
because he wanted order and peace and without rules they wuld become savages
Given that they were marooned, with no authority figure or rules - they were turning into savages.
he introduced that you had to have the conch to talk.
Saying that the Lord of the Flies speakes in 'the voice of a schoolmaster' shows that Simon is still thinking of home, but more importantky that the boys are following the Lord of the Flies rules on the island in the same way they would the schoolmaster back in England.
Ralph believes that the rules are all they have.
Jack feels that rules are not important, especially and the story progresses. He would rather focus of hunting than focus on rules and creating a civilized society.
Jack has shouted, "Bollocks to the Rules"