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Record identifier : 564332
Personal Name - Primary Intelectual Responsibility : Razmara, Roya
Title and statement of responsibility : Man's deterioration into savagery and the technical features in william golding's lord of the flies [Thesis]/رویا رزم‌آرا;supervisor: Dr. Haghighi;advisor: Dr. Arbab Shirani
Publication, Distribution,Etc. : , February 1999
Language of Text,Soundtrack etc. : eng
Internal Bibliographies/Indexes Note : bibliographical P. 97-100
Dissertation of thesis details and type of degree : Master of Arts(M.A)
Body granting the degree : , College of Persian Literature And Foreign Languages Allameh Tabatabaei
Summary or Abstract : As a writer who has always dealt with universal and essential human issues, Golding has explored and illuminated the condition of man in the world, the complexities and contradictions that lie within human nature. His opinion about man's nature is completely different form the Romantic notion that man is basically noble if freed from the restraints of the society. Golding insists that evil is inherent in man, a terrifying force which he must recognize and control.(qtd. in Whitely 7) He thinks that man introduced evil into the world. For him evil and savagery come from forces within man, which are barely concealed in the civilized surroundings. Therefore his works, on the whole, portary man as a terrible creature in the world whose presence is synonymous with death and destruction, a diseased creature with sadistic tendencies who derives pleasure from violent and destructive dees. Man stops at neither torture nor killing to satisfy his cruel urges. Innocence and goodness being antipathetic to his evil nature arouse his hatred and are constantly navaged by him. The evil that rages inside man is so strong that none of the restraining forces of reason, raligion and civilization are able to change or subdue it. Although man may conditioned to accept dictates, his savage nature remains intact ready release itself from their bonds that he loathes deep inside. It has been mentioned that as soon as the civilized restraints are abandoned, the passions of anger and lust wash across the mind, obliterating common sense and care, and life becomes nasty and brutish..
Information of biblio record : TL
Material Type : Latin Dissertation
 
 
 
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