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Theme in Lord of the Flies by William Golding: Writing Assignment This essay is new, meaning it may contain errors; however, I believe the level of writing presented is decent.
In his novel, Lord of the Flies, William Golding presented many critical events, which were by-products of fear or total freedom / a lack of consequences. To illustrate his purpose in writing the novel, Golding had the boys slowly regress as a result of their isolation. Golding's emphasis appeared to revolve around the following statement: "Though humanity seems civilized, total freedom and a lack of consequences for ones' actions (or the progressive effects of fear) allow(s) human civilization to be quickly stripped away, revealing that people are, in their hearts, as savage as beasts,"…
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- Theme in Lord of the Flies by William Golding: Writing Assignment This essay is new, meaning it may contain errors; however, I believe the level of writing presented is decent.
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