Category: Henry

This collection of articles delves into the character of Henry in William Golding’s classic novel “Lord of the Flies”. Henry is a young boy who is often overshadowed by the other characters, but his role in the novel is significant. These articles explore Henry’s innocence and vulnerability, as well as his experiences with bullying and violence on the island. They also examine how Henry’s actions reflect larger themes in the novel, such as power struggles, fear, and loss of humanity. Through analysis and close reading of passages featuring Henry, these articles shed light on this important but often overlooked character in “Lord of the Flies”.