"Lord of the Flies" by William Golding: Character analysis.
Beelzebub, the demon of chaos, also known as Lord of the Flies, is indirectly referred as the demon of chaos. So chaos, violence, anarchy, and destruction are accordingly related to each of the characters in a specific way. In the novel "Lord of the Flies", William Golding uses specific characters to show their savage and chaotic side. It is a novel illustrating the various imperfections of human nature; William Golding employs symbolism to show that man is essentially evil. Golding uses the island to illustrate the decline of decency and morality among the boys. Ralph, Jac…
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