Lord of the Flies

lord of the flies

why is it important that the boys go to th island after an attack?

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The plane crashes on the island: they have nowhere else to go. In terms of the narrative, Golding is able to isolate them from society. He can develop his characters as a social experiment to show how they develop when left to their own devices away from adults and the "civilized" world.