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Three Stories

Summary: Comparing three stories of individuals versus the group; 'Lord of the Flies' 'Dead Poet's Society' and 'To Sir, with love.'
Three Stories

By Sarah Kwong

Three storytellers: William Golding, Tom Schulman and E.R. Braithwaite. They give us three stories of order versus disorder. Lord of the Flies, the story of school boys trapped on a desert island; Dead Poet's Society, a teacher enters the structured atmosphere of Welton school, and encourages the boys to break free; and To Sir, With Love, another story of a teacher who brings order to a rough school in the east end of London. Three stories of tragedy, characters with passion, authors who make you think. Three stories, with so much in common.

The main themes in each of the stories are order versus disorder, an individual going against the group and people's use of power. In Lord of the Flies, the situation is an island, and the boys are stranded where there are no rules. The boys are used to strict...

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