Tag: boy with the mulberry colored birthmark

This collection of articles delves into the significance of the boy with the mulberry colored birthmark in William Golding’s classic novel, Lord of the Flies. Through various literary analyses and critical interpretations, this collection explores how the boy’s character represents themes such as innocence, savagery, and power dynamics within the group of stranded boys. Additionally, these articles offer insight into how the boy’s eventual death serves as a turning point in the novel’s plot and symbolizes a loss of civilization on the island. Overall, this collection provides a comprehensive examination of one of Lord of the Flies’ most memorable characters and his impact on the story’s themes and symbolism.