Is the story told by Lord of the Flies realistic?
Lord of the Flies is an imitation of The Coral Island.
When Lord of the Flies opens, a plane carrying a group of British boys ages 6 to 12 has crashed on a deserted island in the . (Also, apparently the world is at war. This matters.) With no adults around, the boys are left to fend for and govern themselves. Things start out okay. The boys use a as a talking stick, and Ralph, one of the older boys, becomes "chief."
Instinct in "The Lord of the Flies" by William Golding
Following the comprehensive design of its DOS-based progenitor, Impressions Games' Lords of the Realm III is an encompassing medieval monarchy simulation involving players in numerous and varied responsibilities of regency in the Middle Ages. Beginning as a minor noble in a factionalized land, the ultimate goal is to rise to a position of power and unite the country under the player's supreme rule.
Lord of the flies – Conclusion | En2kn's Blog
Before winning the Nobel Prize in Literature for The Lord of the Flies, Golding won the Booker Prize in literature for his novel Rites of Passage, book number one of the To the Ends of the Earth trilogy....
SparkNotes: Lord of the Flies: Chapter 1 (page 2)
Much limestone is made of the skeletons of zillions of microscopic sea animals. Some deposits are thousands of meters thick. Were all those animals alive when the Flood started? If not, how do you explain the well-ordered sequence of fossils in the deposits? Roughly 1.5 x 1015 grams of calcium carbonate are deposited on the ocean floor each year.  A deposition rate ten times as high for 5000 years before the Flood would still only account for less than 0.02% of limestone deposits.