It is something we cannot stop. Many of us fear spiders or ghosts or even homework. But something all of us fear is the unknown. We have and we always will fear the unknown because we don’t know what the unknown is capable of. It is basic human nature.
Lord OF The Flies All people have evil inside of them, no matter how innocent they may seem. In the book Lord Of The Flies by William Golding, evil can be found in places we least expect to look in, witch is ourselves. The book has many elements of evil, and some of the boys know that and use it towards their advantage to gain power. As the book progresses, the boys transform from being a group of educated school boys, to a group of wild scavengers who have the thirst for excitement.
Literary Analysis The Quest for Independence Has one ever wonder what makes the world’s greatest novels so hard to put down? The ones that make one gasp aloud and bite one’s nails frantically; great novels that leave you on the edge of your seat, like, Romeo and Juliet, The Notebook, and even the Titanic. In each of these novels, they display a story of, the search for independence. In the novel, by Zora Neale Hurston, Their Eyes Were Watching God the protagonist, Janie Woods, begins her search for independence through three marriages and a life marked by poverty, trails and purpose.
her heart stopped. she was faced by what seemed to be trinitia's apocalyptic future. the buildings were falling, trees along with them, but not a dwarf was to be seen. as she scanned the apocalyptic trinitian land, she realized she wasn't on top of the griffin stone, for she could see it across town, the rays of the blue moon still focused on it. she thought what any reasonable dwarf would have thought.
(Hemingway, pg. 1) The reader now knows that nothing about this picture was glorified. Often was is thought of something that is this heroic feat, and be that as it may, the experience itself is extremely difficult, it’s not pretty, and absolutely nothing about it is grandeur.
As life on the island begins to spiral out of control and the boys descend into savagery, the boy’s split and chaos is at hand. Goldings novel also points out man-kinds ways for destruction. So, what do seemingly civilized people, children in this case, do when there are no more concrete rules to govern them? Both the Beast and the ‘Lord of the Flies’ are symbols representing the same thing – a manifestation for the evil and darkness within the children.
The darkness seemed to go on forever. No source of light was to be seen but the moon illuminating the world beneath it. The cool night air blew on my back, and I felt my feet quiver. I wondered why I had chosen this road of all others. The Dead Man 's Curve Road was not one to trespass, but I had no options.
The story Lord of the Flies is a good representation of how people and especially young people can influence each other in many ways. This can either be positive or negative. In this case it has turned out negative as the boys have constantly tried to seek power and use fear as a tool to get that desperately wanted power. William Golding paints a very harsh picture of humanity. He shows that living under the rules of civilization is not part of our human nature.
Nusrat is looking up at the sky, and trying to find a message or sign that Faiz is alive. But, nothing is there. “But this night the stars and planets send back to her nothing but cold, brilliant light and silence... In that second she knows Faiz will not come back,” (220-221). The author had built Nusrat’s faith in the stars, and now reversed that faith to show that Faiz had died.
A mirror, nevertheless, that reflected not an image of him, but rather a vision of a life he could never, and would never have. All because of Him! Wilson turned to face the semi-nude figure now, with eyes red as the roses in Gatsby’s garden. Alas, the man was not only a murder, but a thief! And whilst that may never have been further from the truth, it mattered not in Wilson’s eyes as he loosed the safety on the gun.
Believe me when i say Vilemore is not a town, but a dome of the unknown. So, before you start reading be cautious. Just on the outskirts of Crionia, this small "town" lies there between a wall of mirage and lies. Seeing this town, it seems to be normal and everything goings accordingly, but staying the night people say otherwise. To people of this town, nothing here changes.