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The book shows many things that can be related to the author life or views, time period, and to the country of Great Britain. The Lord of the Flies was written and published after the second world war. Golding made some references, even small ones, to the war in this book. This could be due to the fact that Golding was in the navy during the war (Bloom). One reference was that the choir boys were dressed in the same colors as the Nazis wore in the war.