Tag: head

This collection of articles explores the significance of the pig’s head, or “Lord of the Flies,” in William Golding’s classic novel. From its initial appearance as a gruesome trophy to its transformation into a symbol of evil and temptation, these articles delve into the deeper meanings and themes associated with this powerful image. Topics range from the psychological implications of the boys’ interactions with the head to its connections to larger societal issues such as power, corruption, and morality. Whether you are a student studying Lord of the Flies or a literary scholar interested in exploring new perspectives on this iconic work, this collection offers valuable insights and analysis on one of its most memorable symbols.