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Lord of the Flies Vs. Lost

Summary: An analysis of the similarities and differences between the hit television drama "Lost" and the classic novel Lord of the Flies by William Golding. A clear relationship exists between the two.
Lost, a television series, is about forty-eight survivors, mostly adults, struggling to stay alive after a plane crash that has left them alone on a deserted island. This television series is much likely based on The Lord of the Flies, a well-written book by William Golding, in which about thirty young boys are stranded on a deserted island after a plane crash. Although the television show is most likely based on the novel, there are many differences. For example, after the initial crash in each story line, the children and the adults had different reactions. In the book, The Lord of the Flies, most of the children were excited after the initial plane crash. They were looking forward to have a vacation without any adults. On the other hand, in Lost, the adults were panicking after the crash. Most of them were crying and...

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