The Transformation of Symbols of Ideology in Lord of the Flies

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Szántó, József Zoltán
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Golding’s novel creates a microcosm on a desert island like an imaginary experiment to find out how a group of boys representing the Western-Christian civilization get on without the rules of adults. The symbols of ideology and their objectified manifestations appear during the novel as the boys attempt to establish democracy following the rules of their lost social order. These symbolic objects are created to help the development of their civilization but in the hand of a community that is not mature for leading a real democratic form of society they become meaningless or destructive.
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Golding Lord Flies
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