'Lord Of The Flies' By William Golding: Chapter Analysis

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Boys crash land on an Island, no adults. They had order, lost it and became savages, killed 2 boys. Hunted one and ended the story in a deus ex machina Simon finds out the truth about the beast, and is making his way down the mountain. To find a group of bloodthirsty boys wanting something to kill and end up getting killed by jack's group.The death of simon is literally symbolic for killing the truth. Simon knew the truth of the “beast” but ended getting massacred by jack's group in a fit of fear and blood thirst from the thunderstorm that set the mood.In chapter 9 of Lord of the Flies, William Golding employs symbolism, diction, and animal imagery to convey the theme that human nature can be horrible when cornered by fear and power. When

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