The Comparison of Themes Between Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm

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The Comparison of Themes between Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm
The author of Animal Farm, Orwell, tells a story of a farmyard tragedy and the deadly lives of a group of animals. Due to the disappearance of humans, Napoleon abuses his power and gradually transforms into a human. Orwell also used animals to clarify that humans are corrupted due to power. The author of Lord of the Flies, Golding, shows a similar story where it is about life and death situation for a group of lost boys on a island that is trying to establish a democracy while on the island. Both authors of novels, Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm demonstrate the comparison between the theme of human and animal nature in settings where traditional authority absent.
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The Comparison of Themes between Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm
The author of Animal Farm, Orwell, tells a story of a farmyard tragedy and the deadly lives of a group of animals. Due to the disappearance of humans, Napoleon abuses his power and gradually transforms into a human. Orwell also used animals to clarify that humans are corrupted due to power. The author of Lord of the Flies, Golding, shows a similar story where it is about life and death situation for a group of lost boys on a island that is trying to establish a democracy while on the island. Both authors of novels, Lord of the Flies and Animal Farm demonstrate the comparison between the theme of human and animal nature in settings where traditional authority absent.
Primarily, the two books display themes of similar nature and its relationship. The boys in Lord of the Flies and the animals from Animal Farm show different perspectives and attitudes to nature that represents their distinct personalities and spiritual tendencies. William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies enumerates the games that its characters play with different intentions. Golding tries to play the life game with the varied human nature of his characters (Wilson 54). Jack and his group have different and crueler ways of “playing” compared to Ralph because he is much more of a laid back character that carry the evil undertones of a possible evil evident. All of the events that the boys consider as games such as hunting, killing, chanting,
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