Dystopia In William Golding's Lord Of The Flies

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Misleadingly, the story commences with the boys assuming that the uninhabited island they are on is correspondent to paradise and is a place of "enchantment" where "flower and fruit grew together on the same tree" yet as the story progresses,they begin to realise there is a presence of evil and the island becomes sinister, even a dystopia. Early on in the first chapter, piggy questions the boys " are there any grown-ups at all?" and Ralph responds "No grown-ups." The two boys respond differently to the news about the fact that there are no grown ups on the island. Since piggy is one of the most insecure boys out of them all, he completely relies on the adult world for protection which leads to his immediate shock. However on the other hand,

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