Thematic Perceptions In Lord Of The Flies

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The Lord of the Flies by William Golding is a novel that revolves around symbolic and metaphorical ideas, characters, and objects, all which signify the themes of the novel. The dead parachutist, the beast and the Lord of the Fies all relate back to a central point. Issues regarding the nature of evil and one’s natural instinct concerning savagery which exists within all humans all connect. Each character in this novel along with various objects exemplifies thematic perceptions throughout this book. During this novel, the author uses these characters and objects to embody and highlight components of the themes explored in the Lord of the
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