Tag: signal fire

This collection of articles explores the significance and symbolism of the signal fire in William Golding’s novel “Lord of the Flies”. From its initial purpose as a means of rescue to its transformation into a destructive force, these articles consider the various ways in which the signal fire serves as a reflection of the boys’ descent into savagery and loss of civilization. They also examine how the fire embodies themes such as power, leadership, and human nature, offering insightful analysis and interpretations that shed light on this iconic literary symbol.

Why did Jack let the fire go out

Why did Jack let the fire go out?

In William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies, the boys stranded on the island face numerous challenges as they attempt to survive and await rescue. One such challenge is maintaining …

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What is Ralph's flaw

What is Ralph’s flaw? (Answer)

What is Ralph’s flaw in William Golding’s novel “Lord of the Flies”? Ralph emerges as a natural leader, winning the respect and trust of his peers through his charisma, intelligence, …

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