Category: Irony

Welcome to our category “Irony”, where we will explore the masterful use of irony in William Golding’s classic novel Lord of the Flies. We will examine the different types of irony that Golding employs throughout the book, from dramatic irony to situational irony, and how they contribute to the overall themes and messages of the story.

In this category, we will take a closer look at the examples of irony in the novel and their significance, ranging from the boys’ attempts to establish a civilized society to the story’s tragic ending. Join us as we unravel the layers of irony in Lord of the Flies and appreciate Golding’s skillful craftsmanship in weaving this literary device into his masterpiece.