What did Golding say about Lord of the Flies?

He abominated Lord of the Flies, he confided, because "basically I despise myself and am anxious not to be discovered, uncovered, detected, rumbled".

Why did William Golding write The Lord of the Flies?

In 1935 Golding took a position teaching English and philosophy at Bishop Wordsworth's School in Salisbury. Golding's experience teaching unruly young boys would later serve as inspiration for his novel Lord of the Flies.

Why would you recommend Lord of the Flies?

Lord of the Flies was a great book that everyone should read because it has great characters, symbolism and explores human nature. Piggy represents technology. He symbolizes science and rationality. All in all Golding shows the world that their is always evil and that their is no way to escape it since it is inside us.

How did Simon die in LOTF?

Simon tries desperately to explain what has happened and to remind them of who he is, but he trips and plunges over the rocks onto the beach. The boys fall on him violently and kill him.

What happens to the bodies of Simon and the parachutist?

As a result of the storm with its high winds and high tides, what happens to the bodies of Simon and the parachutist? They are taken out to sea.

Why is Jack angry and embarrassed?

Jack. He was embarrassed and angry because he wanted to have the power. He wanted the choir boys to be hunters. When exploring the area why did the boys (Simon, Jack, and Ralph) climb the mountain?

Who finally gave piggy some meat and why?

No one hands Piggy any meat, and when Jack gives him a hard time about his not helping with the hunt, Simon gives his own food to Piggy.