Tag: thicket

The thicket plays a significant role in the novel “Lord of the Flies” by William Golding. It serves as a place of refuge, a source of food, and a hiding place for the boys. The collection of articles about the thicket explores its symbolism, its impact on the characters’ behavior, and its connection to the overall themes of the novel. From analyzing the significance of Piggy’s glasses being lost in the thicket to examining how it represents both safety and danger for the boys, these articles provide insightful perspectives on this important setting in “Lord of the Flies.”

Who betrayed Ralph's hiding place

Who betrayed Ralph’s hiding place?

Who betrayed Ralph’s hiding place? William Golding’s novel “Lord of the Flies” is a harrowing tale of survival and savagery. One of the book’s most intriguing mysteries is the identity …

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