How important is the presence of war within Lord of the Flies?
In Lord of the Flies the presence of war is very important. It gives a basis for the plot; the setting is often likened to that of a war; the boys' society is similar to an army; the boys take part in a war against each other and the moral of the book is that war is an evil that everyone is capable of instigating.
In Lord of the Flies War is important as it gives a basis for the plot. It is because of the Second World War that the boys land on the island in the first place. We know that the author of Lord of the Flies, William Golding fought as a Navel Officer in the Second World War and…
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