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Lord of the Flies and King Lear Comparative Essay

Summary: Essay compares the themes and symbolisms in the novels of "King Lear" by William Shakespeare and "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding.

The novel " Lord of the flies" written by William Golding was published in 1954 and the story takes place after the World War 2. The setting of the novel take place on the island with the boys who are older, there is one chief among them name Ralph, he is making the rules for everyone but later jack betray him by bringing up a fact that Ralph is a bad leader and so does the other betray him too. After that the novel explain the lack ness of Ralph good leadership becomes like the society of chaos. The most important thing is how Golding develops the ideas of using the symbolism between the main characters. In William Shakespeare the setting of play is very different and there is few evidences for similarity to Lord of the flies. The setting of play take place...

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