A essay about the civilization degression of the children in the story "Lord of the Flies"
The characters in Golding's Lord of the Flies are a group of schoolboys, stamped through with Britishness like seaside rock, educated by public schools in a system designed to overwhelm an empire and uses the slang and jargon common to their time. Since Golding is describing a community of children with adult readers in mind, the credibility of the characters is a prerequisite. In addition, they have to be made convincing in an imaginary situation, and this is Golding's particular achievement-Golding has apparently chosen a conventional technique of isolating people in an island. This has…
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