Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies

Summary: Essay discusses the novel "Lord Of The Flies" by Willian Golding.
It is remarkable how children are a reflection of their parents, a reflection of the big world. In the novel Lord of the Flies the boys' belonging to the adult world even though there were no adults on the island, proves the point that a child's actions are in the same vein as the parents. Moreover, the boys' mature knowledge was revealed by William Golding involving simple items, such as, the clothes, the conch-shell, and finally, the glasses.

Amazingly the clothes were a tool used to show the contrast between the boys on the island and the adult world. In the beginning of the novel it was a mature action that Ralph took off his clothes before going swimming. His action connects with the adult world because Ralph knew that he would need dry his clothes when it gets cold; the action of being a step...

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