Let’s start by comparing three books.
In 1954, a British author published a novel (later turned into a successful film) about young men who adopt strange, ritualistic behavior and engage in savage acts of random violence. William Golding's The Lord of the Flies was considered a fabulistic allegory.
In 1962, another British author published a novel (later …
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