Conch Lord Of The Flies Quote Analysis

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From the beginning to the end of Lord of the Flies by William Golding symbols like the fire, hair, clothes and the conch had their meanings changed and were essential to the novel. Symbols and meanings are scattered around and the reader makes the decision as to how they want to interpret it and there are many clues as to what the meanings are. Symbols such as the fire, hair, clothes, and the conch are in Lord of the Flies and the meanings change throughout the book and have moments of foreshadowing. The hair and clothes represent how the boys state changed physically but eventually become the savages that do not care for their appearance or beliefs they are accustomed to. There is no doubt that the boys have good intentions with the fire but

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