El Senor de Las Moscas

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Obra literaria que ilustra la tesis que sitúa a la agresividad criminal entre los instintos básicos del hombre.
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Overview

Obra literaria que ilustra la tesis que sitúa a la agresividad criminal entre los instintos básicos del hombre.
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  • ISBN-13: 9788435008792
  • Publisher: Edhasa
  • Publication date: 5/28/2001
  • Pages: 320

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 9, 2008

    El Señor de las Moscas

    Es una excelente e influyente novela de aventura con una historia interesante y entretenida, que es a la vez dramática y emocional. Esta se desarrolla en un lugar muy inusual en donde se explica y demuestra cómo podemos llegar a ser si no tenemos respeto, reglas y orden, las cuáles podrían causar caos mortal e irreversible. El autor, William Golding, describe la novela en una forma profunda y detallada no queriendo dejar ningún insignificante detalle por lo que hace la historia aún más real y auténtica. Su estilo de escritura es sencillo, pero el tema es profundo. Golding hace un buen trabajo mostrando los estados de ánimo y las personalidades de cada personaje a lo largo de la narración y hace que la historia cobre vida con un importante uso de símbolos tanto en los personajes como en los objetos. También describe cada uno de las partes de la isla, así como los pasajes más crueles. Por esta razón, la manera en que describe las cosas es increíble, genuina y poderosa. Durante la mitad de la Segunda Guerra Mundial, un avión choca en una isla desconocida, abandonando a un grupo de estudiantes británicos. Los niños son todos jóvenes, los más grandes no tienen más de doce años, y la isla es al parecer pacífica y hermosa. Al principio, no hay adultos ahí por lo que su libertad e independencia es algo que celebraron y gozaron. Estando lejos de la civilización y de los adultos, los niños pueden hacer cualquier cosa que quieran hacer sin ser regañados o castigados. Pero al derrumbarse el orden y cuando el terror comienza su reinado, la esperanza de la aventura parece tan lejana de la realidad como la esperanza de ser rescatados. Es una historia que te hace pensar y reflexionar acerca de la sociedad, la integridad de la gente y revela la parte más malvada y cruel de la humanidad. Esta revela en que nos podemos convertir si no nos controlamos a nosotros mismos o a nuestros impulsos, independientemente de si somos la persona que impone orden y cómo puede cambiarnos o transformarnos en algo peligroso, temible y desconocido, que nos hace hacer cosas que nunca nos atreveríamos o imaginábamos hacer. Es un gran libro, entretenido, emocionante y fácil de leer. Disfruté mucho leer este libro y también me gustó la historia porque es emocionante e interesante la manera en que muestra a los niños en una isla desconocida y de las cosas que hacen y que son capaces de hacer para poder sobrevivir y ser rescatados. Cada capítulo tiene algo diferente e interesante, ya que cuanto más lo leía, más me interesaba seguir leyendo. Por esta razón, definitivamente recomendaría este libro.

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