According to Freud, the superego is the morality center of the brain, a place where the internalized voices of parents, teachers and authority figures resides. Which of the following characters best represents the superego, and why?
Ralph, because he is constantly asking himself what his father the naval officer would do and trying to behave accordingly.
Ralph, because he is the only one who feels responsible for the defenseless littluns, much as an adult might feel.
Piggy, because he maintains the strongest connection with the adult world and reminds others to do the right thing on many occasions.
Piggy, because he frequently butts heads with Ralph, who is slowly consumed by Id.
Simon, because he is frequently seen as a Christ-like figure who opposes evil and cares for the littluns.