Lord Of The Flies: Golding's Reality - Fact Or Fiction
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A recurring theme in William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies ,
is that man savage at heart, always ultimately reverting back to evil and a
primitive nature. Golding believes that man has no control over his own
destiny because of fear. Golding uses properties of setting, characters,
and their ....
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.... It was at this time that Golding wrote Lord of the Flies, the
title itself means true evil and destruction. Translated into Hebrew it is
Beelzebub and it means devil.
Lord of the Flies is a story of a group of boys from different
backgrounds that become stranded on an isolated and uncharted island when
their plane crashes. As the boys try to unite to try to become rescued
they begin to separate and a tribe of savage hunters is formed. After a
while the boys lose all sense of civ ....
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