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The Theology of Lord of the Flies

Summary: Summarizes the book "Lord of the Flies," by William Golding. Explains the author's views about the world and the nature of humans. Describes how Golding's personal turmoil skewed his outlook on the world.
The book "Lord of the Flies" took place on some small island out in the middle of nowhere during World War 2. The author of the book was a soldier for the United Kingdom and was one of the first people to see the devastation and horrors of the Concentration Camps. The moment he stormed in his entire view on life changed. This man, William Golding, had a very pessimistic view on the world from there on. The book is about an airplane of British choir children who crash-land on an island stranded far away from all of civilization. The book shows that when you separate mankind from the rest of society makes them become hostile and brutal, even aggressive. It is stating a challenge that without civilization, we become wild savages who don't believe in order or anything else logical.

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