Lord of the Flies

An editor has suggested that, as Golding establishes his setting and begins his story, the military discipline of the choir is more obvious than their Christian background. Do you agree? If so, what are the implications?

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I agree, the choir is set up as a sort of military unit with Jack in command. Golding uses the irony of a seemingly heavenly sounding choir juxtaposed with an authoritarian military like troop to develop his social experiment.