Symbolism In 'Lord Of The Flies' By William Golding

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Lord of the Flies Symbolism Essay You’re stranded on an island with little resources, what lengths will you go to, to survive? Lord of the Flies by William Golding is about a group of boys stranded on an island, and they have to survive for a long time. In the story, there are many objects that symbolize important things in the book. Some examples of the symbols are the face paint, which stands for bravery, the fire, which represents hope, and the beast, which represents fear. The first symbol is the face paint Jack and the hunters wear when they hunt the pigs, and that represents bravery. One example is the second time the boys go hunting, and they learned from their problems, and they decided face paint would be better when hunting a
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