Tag: girl

This collection of articles explores the absence of girls in William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies” and argues that a group of girls would have fared better than the all-boys cast. Through analysis of gender role expectations, communication styles, and problem-solving strategies, these articles shed light on how the unique strengths and perspective of girls could have influenced the outcome on the deserted island. By challenging traditional notions of leadership and power dynamics, this collection offers a fresh perspective on a classic novel and invites readers to consider how gender shapes our understanding of human behavior in extreme conditions.