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  • Meaning And The Use Of Fire
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    The novel The Lord of the Flies by: William Golding is about a group of kids who were traveling across the Pacific Ocean when their plane went down, the boys have to learn to survive and try to get rescued. The main way of getting rescued was that the group of boys had was to have a fire going on the mountain at all times during the day in hopes of a ship or an airplane seeing the smoke that the fire produced. The fire granted the boys a sense of survival, hope for rescue, and reason for order; ...
  • Important Use For Fire
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    Lord of the Flies and the novel's symbolism Lord of the flies is a thought-provoking novel authored by William Golding. This novel uses symbolism throughout its entirety to help portray importance and teach lessons. The book describes in detail the horrific exploits of a band of young children who make a striking transition from civilized to barbaric. Lord of the Flies commands a pessimistic outlook that seems to show that man is inherently tied to society, and without it, we would likely return...
  • Example Of Deterioration Of Rules
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    When a group of children become stranded on a deserted island, the rules of society no longer apply to them. Without the supervision of their parents or of the law, the primitive nature of the boys surfaces. Consequently, the boys live without luxury that could have been obtained had they maintained a society on the island. Instead, these young boys take advantage of their freedom, and life as they knew it deteriorates. Lord of the Flies is influenced by the author's life and experiences. Goldin...
  • Bradbury's Use Of Symbolism Throughout The Novel
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    Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury is a futuristic novel, taking the reader to a time where books and thinking are outlawed. In a time so dreadful where those who want to better themselves by thinking, and by reading are outlaws as well. Books and ideas are burned, books are burned physically, where as ideas are burned from the mind. Bradbury uses literary devices, such as symbolism, but it is the idea he wants to convey that makes this novel so devastating. Bradbury warns us of what may happen if ...
  • Beloved Country To The Bible
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    Biblical Influences on Cry, the Beloved Country or: Cry, the Beloved Country: Like the Bible but Shorter To anyone and everyone: This is one of the great books! It reads like a lovely poem. Enjoy and reflect. -- unknown lawyer from Chicago The owner of the South Haven, Michigan bookstore The Hidden Room discovered this simple yet memorable comment written firmly on a memo card of a noted Chicago legal firm. The card was left in a copy of Alan Paton's Cry, the Beloved Country. From his early chil...
  • Control Of The Fire
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    An Element's Presence Felt An Element's Presence Felt Essay, Research Paper An Element's Presence Felt Throughout this novel, "The Lord of the Flies', fire serves many functions both real and symbolic. Fire was a form of wealth and power; it represented maturity and responsibility and was the one thing which all the boys had in common. When reflecting a pon this novel it is imperative to witness how important a role fire actually plays. One of the things that fire represented in this novel was t...

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