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From what point of view is "Lord of the Flies" written in?

Hi Max. In order to answer this question it is best to ask yourself what you think the moral or message of the story is. The ‘point of view’ could be that the political system is flawed, that morality is subjective or that humans are guided by external pressures as much as by their own moral compass.

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