Classic Novels, Ranked in Order of How Easy They Are to Study

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding

As far as dystopian desert island novels go, Lord of the Flies is about as readable as it gets. It’s a relatively straightforward book about strife, savagery, and survival. Sometimes the language gets a bit abstract, sure, but the overarching themes are still super relatable. I mean, come on. We’ve all been there. We’ve all been nearly trampled to death at a Macy’s the day after Thanksgiving. We’re all familiar with the innate darkness that lives within the hearts of man.

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