Tag: innocence

This collection of articles explores the theme of innocence in William Golding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies. Through various lenses and perspectives, the contributors examine how the loss of innocence affects the characters in the novel and what it reveals about human nature. They delve into topics such as the consequences of power struggles, the role of societal norms in preserving innocence, and the symbolism behind key characters and events. These thought-provoking essays offer new insights into one of literature’s most enduring explorations of human behavior and morality.