"Lord of the Flies" By William Golding How Golding created an atmosphere of fear within the first 5 chapters
He then woke up and started to call for Ralph, he "...saw something moving among
the trees, something big and horrid." At that point most of the "little 'uns" and most
of the "big 'uns" started to laugh with a horrified sympathy. Right after they
stopped laughing Ralph exclaimed that it was a nightmare, and that he was walking in his sleep. The days following that meeting
were different than they had been. From that time on they sent expeditions of
hunters to find this "beasty" thing. At night some of the little boys had nightmares.
They screamed and cried. As time w…
- "Lord of the Flies" By William Golding How Golding created an atmosphere of fear within the first 5 chapters
- William Shakespeare
- William Somerset Maugham "The Moon and the Sixpence"
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