Lord Of The Flies Tone Analysis

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In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, the tone is objective. This tone is shown throughout the novel as the author simply states the facts and describes events in the story without offering his own opinions along with it. He ceases to hint as to how he feels about the actions of the characters or the plot in the story. For example, when the tribe begins to vigorously kill Simon, William Golding refrains from using his own judgements, and instead only delivers the facts of the murder to the reader. By doing this, the reader is able to form their own thoughts and feelings towards the plot. In Lord of the Flies, the mood changes throughout the plot. When the boys first arrive on the island, the mood is joyous. The entirety of the boys are
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