Tag: female characters

This collection of articles explores the notable lack of female characters in William Golding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies. Despite its enduring popularity and critical acclaim, the book has been criticized for its limited portrayal of women and girls. The articles examine various aspects of this issue, including the role that gender plays in the story’s themes and symbolism, the historical context in which it was written, and the impact that this absence has on readers’ interpretations. Through a range of perspectives and analyses, these articles shed light on an oft-overlooked aspect of one of literature’s most enduring works.