Viewing the Text from a Different Perspective
Many times in novels the elements of setting, mood and tone are used to extend beyond the words in a text and elaborate the readerís mind into imagining the actual events taking place. In the classic novel, Lord of the Flies, William Golding utilizes the setting, mood and tone in great detail to reflect how the characters think, act and feel.
Upon a desolate tropical island, a
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construct the mood. Ralph eventually dashes to the shore of the beach finding a naval officer. If not for the naval officer, the boys would surely have been left to deteriorate in the evil within themselves.
The setting, mood and tone in Lord of the Flies are essential as Golding utilizes these elements to foreshadow and build suspense with upcoming events. Golding successfully paints a picture for the reader as he descriptively expresses the setting.