Lord of the Flies Dystopia

Güncelleme: 7/12/2018
Lord of the Flies Dystopia
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1984 Lesson Plans

Distopya Tanımı ve Özellikleri

Rebecca Ray Tarafından

Hepimiz mükemmellik hayalini kuruyoruz: olimpik bir sporcunun dikkatle honlanmış fizikselliği ve becerisi; Norman Rockwell resmi gibi mükemmel bir aile yemeği; Herkesin hayatları boyunca mutlu bir şekilde yaşadığı mükemmel ahenkli toplum. Ancak mükemmellik bir maliyete varıyor ve sürekli olarak ulaşılamayacak durumda. Bu çelişki, distopazların her yaştan okurları büyülemesinin nedenlerinden sadece bir tanesidir. Hiçbir zaman varolmayacak kadar keskin bir gerçeklikle yan yana duran bir ütopya fikri, toplumsal yorum ve eleştiri için cazip bir ortam yaratır.


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Öykü Açıklama

Lord of the Flies Dystopia | Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Öykü Penceresi Metni

  • LACK OF INDEPENDENT THOUGHT OR SPEECH
  • SHADOW GOVERNMENT
  • LACK OF FREEWILL
  • Initially, the conch was used to keep order, maintain outbursts at meetings, and allow every person a chance to speak. As Jack becomes more powerful, he uses it to silence others and amplify his thoughts and ideas.
  • UNIFORMITY
  • Ralph was initially elected to be the leader. However, from the beginning it was Jack who truly had control through his dictatorial use of fear. He allowed Ralph to assume some power because the younger boys listened to him. However, by the end, Jack corrupted all the boys.
  • PERFECT SOCIETY
  • Jack is ruthless with anyone who disagrees with him. He punishes disobedience harshly, and even tortures two young boys until they submit to his authority. This brutality is what allows Roger to kill Piggy.
  • CITIZENS UNDER SURVEILLANCE/FEAR
  • As Jack claimed more control, he would celebrate the coerced boys who joined the warrior camp by painting their faces like savages, just like his!
  • In the beginning of the novel, Piggy and Ralph swim in a crystal blue lagoon, which appears to be an archetypal garden of Eden. There are no adults, no rules, a seemingly perfect place for young boys. As the story progresses, the beauty of the island is overshadowed by evil and chaos that overcomes the boys until order is lost permanently.
  • Jack rules with fear. The idea that the boys believe that they are being stalked by an island monster helps him maintain this control. Their fear causes more chaos as Jack vows to kill the beast, a tactic that he uses gain more power by providing protection.