Lord of the Flies Essay | Childhood in Fiction

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Childhood in Fiction

Summary: The theme of childhood in three novels: "The Lord Of the Flies" by William Golding, "Ellen Foster" by Kaye Gibbons, and "The Bluest Eye" by Toni Morrison.
Childhood is time to explore new things and have new experiences. Childhood leaves you with great memories for the rest of your life it is a time when a kid is free and doesn't have many responsibilities. In some cases childhood defines or has a lot to do with how a person turns out as an adult. For example if you were raised in a bad side of the Bronx, you probably wouldn't have the best future as an adult, but if you were raised in a quiet town in Vermont, you probably would have a lot better future just because of the scenery and memories in its childhood. Childhood is also the place where people develop and mature, in the books The Lord Of the Flies, Ellen Foster, and The Bluest Eye kids experience and different childhood they most people would have.

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