William Golding Lord Of The Flies Quote Analysis

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William Golding once said, “ it was simply what seemed sensible for me to write after the war when everyone was thanking God they weren’t Nazis. I had seen enough to realize every single one of us could be Nazis.” Golding’s meaning by this statement was to show people that everyone has the potential to show evil; the evil that fueled Nazis’ cruel acts, such as killing the innocent, ` is within all of mankind. In William Golding’s, Lord Of The Flies, the idea of a beast within mankind is proposed in a shocking way. On an uncharted island during World War Two, a plane full of young British boys crashes lands, an island where they are pushed to their limits, killing one another and killing pigs in cold blood. There are examples in William Golding’s

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