William Golding Lord Of The Flies Weather Analysis

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In the Lord of the Flies by William Golding the weather fluctuates throughout the book to convey the different moods within the story when sanity is lost due to the lack of rules and order. The day that that beheld Simon’s death,“the air that pushed in from the sea was hot and held no refreshment”(Golding 145).Usually when the air is very humid and leaves a sticky feeling it 's very discomforting.When Golding utilizes the weather in that way it leaves a hostile and uncomfortable mood. By golding saying “it held no refreshment” implies that soon something atrocious would soon occur among the little boys.Later that day, immediately after Simon died “the clouds opened and let down the rain like a waterfall” (Golding 153).When Golding describes
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