An Evaluation of William Golding's "Lord of the Flies"
In William Golding's Lord of the Flies, the civilized males regress to savages in conditions of their appearance showing how they regress
I. Correlate the civilized boys' outward overall look to the savage males' outward appearance to
show how they regress
A. Explain outward appearance of civilized boys
1. Describe clothing of civilized boys
a. "gray, blue, fawn, jacketed or jerseys" "badges, mottoes even, stripes of color in stockings and pullovers"
b. Explain quotation since it exemplifies clothing
2. Describe grooming of civilized boys
a. "some scissors and lower his hair"
b. Explain quotation since it exemplifies civilized grooming
B. Show how civilized overall look regresses to a savage appearance
1. Connect the civilized clothes to regresses to a savage appearance
a. Describe savage clothing
(1) "tattered shorts organized by his knife belt"
(2) Explain quotation since it exemplifying savage clothing
b. Connect savage clothing to civilized clothes showing the regression of civilized