Tag: beelzebub

This collection of articles focuses on the character of Beelzebub in William Golding’s novel “Lord of the Flies”. Beelzebub, also known as “the Lord of the Flies”, is a symbol used by Golding to represent the evil and chaos that exists within human nature. The articles in this collection explore various aspects of Beelzebub’s significance in the novel, including his connection to the boys’ descent into savagery, his role in Simon’s death, and his relationship with Piggy. Additionally, some articles delve into the historical and cultural origins of Beelzebub as a figure in mythology and religion. Overall, this collection offers a comprehensive analysis of one of the most enigmatic and powerful symbols in “Lord of the Flies”.