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  • Island in Robinson Crusoe, the Coral Island and Lord of the Flies

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    Island in Robinson Crusoe, the Coral Island and Lord of the Flies Compare and Contrast the ways in which "Robinson Crusoe", "the Coral Island" and "Lord of the Flies" present and develop the experience of being marooned on a desert island. Show how the texts reflect the ideas and beliefs of its own author and the period in which it was written. In all three novels a person or a group of people are marooned on a desert/tropical island. All three crash of scupper on or near the island

  • What Is The Similarities Between Daniel Defoe And Robinson Crusoe

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    We would probably hardly find readers, who do not know the story about Robinson Crusoe from their childhood. “Robinson Crusoe, which appeared in 1719, is the first of a series of tales of adventure for which Defoe is now admired…” (Abrams, Greenblatt 2288). It is fictitious story about an Englishman who spent 28 years on Desert Island. This story is fictional however the author of the story was inspired by real event. Alexander Selkirk, Scotch sailor spent four years and four months on uninhabited

  • Lord Of The Flies Allegory Fable

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    encounters, the boys meet evil in the form of unwelcome visitors who come to their island, whom they valiantly ward off. Golding’s novel does not adhere to the same principles. He seeks to dispel the sense of unrealistic glamor that is common in Robinsonade novels, consciously diminishing the heroic notions of boyhood as childish and irresponsible. Instead, Golding's narrative is deeply rooted in the “real” and

  • Animal Farm Symbolism Essay

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    Popular TV Series’ such as ‘The Walking Dead’, or games like ‘The Last of Us’ tend to delve into the total lack of social order at the destruction of civilisation as they know it, awhile impending ‘evil’ fictional forces rally against the heroes. Most of the time, these evil plights are a separate from the humans themselves, by either altering their mindset by force, or otherwise. Rarely is the plight caused by normal humans. But when the rules and morals of civilisation as we know it, are stripped