"Lord of the Flies" Illusion and Reality Theme: Illusion Becomes Reality
What is illusion? What is reality? Illusions make reality and affect reality; therefore the illusion can become the reality that one perceives. This means that, if one keeps on telling oneself, one is "this", eventually, one will become this. There are at least three specific times in Lord of the Flies by William Golding that this can be observed. The illusions that become reality are: Jack the Choir Boy who becomes Jack the Hunter, Simon who becomes a horrible beast to the eys of the rebel tribe, and the conch, the shell at the bottom of a lagoon, which becomes the symbol of civilisation.…
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