Lord of the Flies, As a reflection of life
Lord of the Flies
As a reflection of life, the novel, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, suggests that the basic nature of mankind and society depends on the ethical nature of the individual and the force of psychic structure as the fundamental principle of the Natural Man. When read at face value, it can be interpreted as a short book about the struggle to survive on a deserted island and its physical and psychological impacts on its inhabitants. However, when the reader looks deeper, they see the mirror image of existence that is filled with rich and detailed symbolism in almost al…
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