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Both Golding and Dickens have concerns for the moral welfare of their societies. What concerns do they have ? How are they relevant to the time in which they are writing and how are these ideas communicated through character and setting?
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Both Golding and Dickens have concerns for the moral welfare of their societies.
What concerns do they have ? How are they relevant to the time in which they are writing and how are these ideas communicated through character and setting?
Both Golding and Dickens convey their concerns for the moral welfare of their societies through Lord of the Flies and Great Expectation. In this essay I will show their concerns for the moral welfare of their societies and how they communicate their concerns through character and setting.
William Golding's one of many concerns about the moral welfare of his society is that he believes that man would destroy the earth with atomic warfare and nuclear weapons. Golding uses the fact that the boys were brought to the island through atomic warfare in the air to display his feeling about Atomic Warfare in his society. It is the Atomic Warfare that brought the boys to the island, and it is that, therefore what led the boys to corruptness and all of the killing. This further brings to light Golding's concern that Man would destroy the earth and each other with Atomic Warfare and Nuclear Weapons. I believe
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