Pleasure and Disquietude in The Lord of the Flies by William Golding
The Lord of the Flies, while containing some sources of pleasure, is a very disquieting book; the setting, the antagonist, the epiphany, and many of the story's events all contribute to the disturbance of the reader.
The story takes place on an uninhabited island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean; it is miles and miles from any known civilization. The characters are first met after stepping out of a scar in the dense forest covering the island, caused by the plane crash, and gathering together on a rocky platform. This platform overlooks a quiet little lagoon, formed by a coral reef, an…
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