The first inhabitants probably came during the last Ice Age. They were hunter who settled in this region as the last glacier withdrew, between twelve thousand and twenty thousand years ago. They knew of fire, used flint tipped spears, and they probably used animal skins and lived in temporary shelters.
Would you like to merge this question into it? MERGE already exists as an alternate of this question. Would you like to make it the primary and merge this question into it? MERGE exists and is an alternate of. Not only were the huts considered as shelter, but also as symbol of civilization and a sense of "home" 1 person found this useful What does the title The Lord of the Flies portray?
If you read the end of the chapter, A gift for darkness, its the scene where we see Simon speaking to the pigs head, who calls himself, the Lord of the flies. And Im the beast. The beast is obviously Satan, the pigs head, speaking in Simons thoughts.
The actual title however, signifies that the children on the island are the flies, and their lord is Satan, particulary the ones that Jack converted. We are going to have fun on this island. Satan also stated that Simon would indeed be killed and that he would meet him down below.
So, to put it blantly, the title signifies Satan being in control, because this time, it is not man he overpowers, which he sometimes does, but it is children that he is in control of.
As we well know, Satan is a deciever. Children are represented as flies in this book because children are often easy to decieve and they are so very well decieved, that they end up going bloodthirsty and Simon dies because of it. When Ralph intervened with Satans plan to try and escape, Jack and his tribe, the flies chased after Ralph and attempted to kill him There is a extended metaphor that Golding uses throughout the novel to suggest that Jack is the symbol of dictatorship, Hitler most likely as the book was written just after WWII.
When Jack or some one does suggests the beast can fly, "Beasts from the Air or sky "is the next chapter, possibly a reference to the London bombings? The boys do not go into the ocean, therefore, they do not know what is lurking in the water. It could be a reference to the Hebrew name for Satan, Beelzebub.
Ittranslates to Lord of Flies. It is obvious that the Lord of Fliesin the novel symbolizes the devil, or the evil in every humanbeing. It seems as though Golding choose this title as arepresentation of the evil in humans.
The title Lord of the Fliesis just a metaphoric way of explaining the plot in a short text. Some believe that it refers to a line from King Lear.
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