Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

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Lord of the Flies: Relating to Our Society

Summary: Discusses William Golding's "Lord of The Flies" and how it relates to our society. Also, discusses how it shows what Golding thinks of our society.
Throughout the novel, William Golding shows his views toward society and our civilization. Most of the views are negative, representing the downfall in our society. Throughout the story, he gives little clips showing the boy's hated, selfishness, and scaring one another. These episodes reflect the negative things in our society.

First of all, Golding shows hatred brewing up in the group of boys. For instance, Jack does whatever he can to make sure everyone disagrees with Piggy and to make him feel like he doesn't deserve anything. This type of behavior is done in real life. It is shown in the court room, where even if the prosecutor knows the defendant is innocent, he will give all that he can to make the jury think he is a low-life criminal who did a horrible crime. This is the first idea of negativity...

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