Lord of the Flies Essay | Student Essay

This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Lord of the Flies.
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Lord of the Flies: A Beautiful and Desperate Book

Summary: This book review of William Golding's Lord of the Flies examines the work from two angles: beauty and desperation. Scenes and scenarios are cited that show the story has both qualities.
Essay : Lord of the flies:

"A beautiful and desperate book"

Lord of the flies is a book with multiples faces that appear gradualy during the reading sometimes very clearly and sometimes a bit more hidden. Besides, each face has an opposite or a complementary even when it's difficult to see. One of these opposition could be on the one hand beauty and on the other hand hopelessness. That's what we're going to see throught different point of view, in what way could this book be beautiful and in another way how it could be desperate and also which element represents one of these visions and perhaps some of them could represent both.

Beautiful is certainly not the first adjective that comes to mind when thinking about Lord of the flyes because it's not the first feeling that appear. How ever the...

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