The breakdown of charactors and main themes of the book "Lord of the Flies" and how they symbolize society.
I got the impression that the island was comparable to one's most delightful dream. It's a beautiful and peaceful haven, full of serenity and life, which is coincidentally also uninhabited by humans. As soon as the airplane full of children crashes, the island is mentioned as having a scar. Since this book made referrals to the second World War, I believe that Golding was making an allusion to the atomic bombs and the scar that it had made to the islands of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The people of Japan eventually live on with their lives and recover from the tragedy, however t…
- Discuss what You Think the main Theme of "Macbeth" Is
- The breakdown of charactors and main themes of the book "Lord of the Flies" and how they symbolize society.
- THEMES IN MACBETH
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