Wlliam Golding uses Simon's encounter with the pig's head as a revelation "man's essential illness," or the evil inherent in mankind. In this scene from the chapter "Gift for the Darkness,".
In Lord of The Flies, what does The Lord of the Flies symbolize literally and figuratively?
William Golding uses the book's title- Lord of the Flies- symbolically and gives the reader an immediate unpleasant sensation at the thought of flies. Initially it seems a strange title for a.
Who abuses power in the "Lord of the Flies"?William Golding's "Lord of the Flies"