Theme in Lord of the Flies: Children and Fear
Children are innocent and free-spirited; this is why they are so naive. Which in turn makes them makes them to be easily frightened. In the novel, Lord of the Flies, William Golding writes about a group of boys who are stranded on a deserted island. At first, the boys try to make a government to keep the island under control; but their fears start to govern them towards the end of the of book. Fear is a major theme in this book.
<Tab/>The boys in the beginning of the book are trying to make best of the situation at hand. They construct a government choosing, Ralph as the chie…
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