"Lord of the Flies" analysis.
This quote describes the life faced by the characters stranded on an isolated island, in the 1963 film, Lord of the Flies. It portrays the suffering and distress experienced on the island, as ghastly and horrific as 'the horror of non-being", or death.
The film is about a group of British schoolboys who find themselves dilapidated on a deserted island, without adults to supervise them. Their way of life quickly degenerates into brutality, violence and even murder.
Such delineation reminds us that a system of laws and rules not only provides a framework within which society can function…
- "Lord of the Flies" analysis.
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