Bill Goldberg's Head of the family of the Lures addresses various themes just like good versus evil, scientific advancement as opposed to a state of primal staying, and male's desire to have electric power at any cost. Set on a stranded island, probably being a parallelism to the Garden of Eden, and loss of innocence which will occurs on st. kitts due to data corruption and folly. The story is around a group of The english language boys stuck on an island that seems like all fun and games in the beginning. Then the electricity starts to reach some of the males and every thing ends up going hostile. Coming from the wicked within male's heart, serves us the battle ground for this particular fight between never ending problems of good compared to evil. This kind of fighting when thrown right into a mixture of fear and worry, that is ever present on st. kitts, leads to revelations of home, that involves all of the human race and pushes us to truly think about what our two options are as being a species; come together to build a better future or fall victim to the lust for electrical power, that has always been a part of guy, and disaster all of us to a world of physical violence, hatred, and perhaps extinction. The possibility of extinction can be ever present, but is usually being battled by good men, while bad men adopt interaction of the people who don't agree with their ideology or agendas. This has been tested time and time again by likes of men just like Hitler, Kim-Jong-Un, and now Roger. Roger killing Piggy as a result of his refusal to work with his requirements. Half of the spectacles broke when ever Jack shop lifts them by piggy after he and his hunters allow the fire step out for the first time (71). This picture is similar to when ever Hitler slain scientists who have refused to help him build weapons. Roger also plonked rocks with the little ones just for the fun of that, also relating back the evil Hitler. Ralph however attempts employing reason, logic, and trust to beat the wicked nature of Roger and his followers. Rogers lack of dedication to keep high probe, leads to the killing of Simon and...