"Lord of the Flies" (Golding), portrays the defects of human nature, and a philosophical pessimism that seals the fate of man
The world had witnessed the atrocities of World War II and began to
examine the defects of their social ethics. Man's purity and innocence was gone.
Man's ability to remain civilized was faltering. This change of attitude was
extremely evident in the literature of the age. Writers, who through the use of
clever symbolism, mocked the tragedy of man's fate. One such writer was William
Golding. An author who has seen the destruction of war and despises its
inevitable return. Through the use of innocent and untainted children, Golding
illustrates how man is doomed by his own instinct…
- "Lord of the Flies" (Golding), portrays the defects of human nature, and a philosophical pessimism that seals the fate of man
- Isolation in "Lord of the Flies" and "Heart of Darkness"
- Jack as the devil. Lord of the Flies
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