Tag: sow

This collection of articles focuses on the significance of the sow in William Golding’s novel, Lord of the Flies. The sow is a recurring symbol throughout the book, representing both savagery and civilization. These articles explore various aspects of the sow’s role in the story, such as its connection to power dynamics and masculinity, its use as a sacrifice for appeasing the beast, and its impact on character development. By examining the different interpretations and implications of the sow’s presence in Lord of the Flies, these articles offer new insights into this classic work of literature.