Tag: adults

This collection of articles explores the role of adults in William Golding’s classic novel “Lord of the Flies”. Through various critical perspectives, these articles analyze the absence and presence of adults in the story, their impact on the boys’ behavior and decision-making, and how their influence shapes the overall themes of the novel. The collection offers a nuanced understanding of how Golding portrays adults as both absent figures who leave children to their own devices and as flawed individuals whose actions have lasting consequences.