A review of "Lord of the Flies" by William Golding
William Golding was born into a rich family, and he devoted his studies to literature. When World War II started, he joined the navy. Golding himself admits that his experience in the navy made Golding lose his belief in the natural innocence of humanity, even in the innocence in children. His experiences in the navy inspired him to write his most famous book, Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies is interesting and compelling to read because it is a realistic yet wicked look at humanities tendency to do evil, especially if there are no foreseeable consequences, symbolized in the book by…
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