Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies: Movie Vs. Book

Summary: A comparison between the movie "Lord of the Flies" and the written novel.

In the novel and film Lord of the Flies, Golding and Hook explore the nature of evil that is inherent in "man kind." However, Golding places much emphasis on certain symbols, characters and conflicts, in contrast to the film version. Therefore, the movie does not do justice to the novel. Golding made a lot of importance in the conch. It represents a powerful symbol of civilization, control and order. It symbolized the authority on the island and when it was broken, it shows that the authority and respect in the island was gone. "They obeyed the summons of the conch, partly because Ralph blew it, and he was big enough to be a link with the adult world of authority" (Golding, 61). This symbol shows a very strong belief that the boys had of being respectful to the rules at the beginning of the...

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