Category: Simon’s Death

In this category, we focus on the death of Simon in William Golding’s “Lord of the Flies”. We explore the significance of his death, its impact on the other characters, and its representation of the novel’s themes of innocence, violence, and the human condition. Through our analysis, we examine the symbolism of Simon’s death and its representation of the loss of humanity and morality in the face of savagery. Join us as we discuss the importance of Simon’s death in the novel and its relationship with the other characters, particularly Ralph, Jack, and Piggy. Whether you’re a fan of the book or a newcomer, our insights and discussion will provide a deeper understanding of this tragic event and its role in the narrative.