Musių valdovas analizė

The author. The setting. Didn’t you hear what the pilot said ? About the atom bomb ? All round him the long scar smashed into the jungle was a bath of heat. The narrator. The point of view. The narration. The structure. He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat. The characters. The title. The message. Personal opinion.

Moreover, William Golding’s writing style is usually based on classical literature, Christian symbolism and mythology and all his novels are different from each other. There is no repetitive plot or story however all of them are mostly with closed settings. Golding's writings are full of descriptions, characterisations and symbolisms, and ‘’Lord of the Flies’’ prove this fact perfectly. A running theme in William Golding's works is that man is savage at heart, always ultimately reverting back to an evil and primitive nature.

Place setting: general - an uninhabited tropical island in the Pacific Ocean;

specific place setting - the lagoon, the jungle.

The biggest part of the whole story is based on the Ralph’s point of view. However, there were some episodes where we can find the Simon’s, Piggy’s and Jack’s point of view, though these are not the most important parts.

The type of narration is chronological. The actions are presented from the beginning to the end. In other words, from the time the school boys appears in the unknown island, to the time when they are saved by the crew of a British warship.

The climax is based on the Simon’s actions and thoughts.  Simon was the first one who realized that the main evil in the unknown island is not the one that everybody is talking about, the evil is in each of them inside. He tries to warn the others, but his endeavour was without any success. Simon was killed by boys who were already becoming wild.

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