What inspired william golding to write lord of the flies?

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The war affected his view on humanity
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He was a schoolteacher. Looking at the little monsters in his charge, he wondered how long it would take them to revert to savagery if left unattended. He decided it wouldn't take
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William Golding's inspiration for Lord of the Flies came from his experiences as a school master & his experiences as a commander in the Royal Navy during WWII.
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William Golding wrote a stunning piece of literature, the main theme of which is the inherent evil in human nature. The story is about a group of boys ages 6-12 whose plane crashes
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