A comparitive essay between the representations of evil in; Lord of the flies by William Golding and Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson
Garreth Hemmings 01/11/02
How Do The Writers
Golding and Stevenson Explore The Theme Of
Good and Evil Within Man?
Refer to 'Lord of the Flies' and 'The Strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde'
The themes of good and evil are used constantly throughout both of the books but they are portrayed in different ways by the two authors. As the authors wrote each of the books in different time periods this greatly affects the ways in which they show these themes. Through this essay I aim to show how each of the authors explore the good and evil within man, then compare and contrast the way…
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