The boys are part of an evacuation program similar to the one that sent the younger generation of young men and women out of the country or to the countryside. This was to prevent an entire generation from dying when the Germans bombed them.
The key link is that the novel illustrates how thin the veneer of civilization is.
The story takes place just after the Atomic Bomb is dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to end WWII.
Obviously, the evacuation concept in the novel is based on what happened in some countries, such as Britain, in World War 2. There was no evacuation in any Allied country following the dropping of atomic bombs on Japan in August 1945. The war hinted at in the novel is clearly some imaginary, future war.
It was never stated why the boys were in the plane, but the novel took place after World War 2. It takes place during the beginning years of the Cold War (late 1940s, or early 1950s). Somewhere in the novel, Golding states something about an atom bomb being dropped prior to the boy's arrival on the island. So this means that World War 2 ended.
I believe William Golding wrote this book in reference to the Cold war. During the Cold War many people, around the world, thought that the Cold War would turn into another World War.
You mean lord of the flies?
There is no direct relationship between the fantasy world of The Lord of the Rings and the world we live in.
what is the relation between lord of the flies and socialisim
In Lord of the Flies, Ralph symbolizes the civilized world.
A vassal owed allegiance to his lord.
a vassal owed aleigance to his lord
The "Lord of the Flies" novel is a book. Don't you mean what are three diffeences between the novel and the movies?
The conch represents power in lord of the flies and there is a massive power struggle between Jack and ralph.
The author of 'Lord of the Flies' is William Golding, who won a Nobel-Prize in 1983.That would be William Goulding.Lord Of The Flies is known as one of the best books in the world.
jack and piggy are on the same side although piggy has an anoying behaviour that drive jack to put him in his place
In lord of the flies the "lord" is the pigs head which Jack put on the stake.
The set of unwritten rules that determines the relationship between a lord and his vassal is that the vassal must protect the lord and the lord must provide protection for the vassal. This was a rule that most vassals and lords lived by.
No, there is no relationship. There are numerous parallels that can be drawn between The Lord of the Rings and World War 1, and even World War 2, but they were not intentional.
It is a physical barrier between the island and the ocean and represents a barrier between the boys and the outside world, it emphasises the boys' isolation.
The lord gave land to the vassal, the vassal promised his loyalty and service.
The "Lord of the Flies" symbolizes the devil. The legitimate meaning of the "lord of the flies" from the Bible, is Beelzebub, or the devil.
The Lord of the Flies represents evil or the devil. :)
In the Lord of Flies the character of Roger is described as a slight English boy. He is thought to be somewhere between the littluns and the biguns.
The war isolates the boys in the Lord of the Flies because the world is preoccupied by the war. The outside world is dealing with some of the same problems that the boys are dealing with.
How is Simon from lord of the flies?
In the book Lord of the Flies the reds are communists. When the book was written, in 1954, it was only 9 years after the end of World War 2.
Lord of the Flies is a novel by William Golding. In Lord of the Flies Simon and Piggy die.