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Essay | Father Simon and His Disciples

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Father Simon and His Disciples

Summary: This is an essay showing the aspects of religion inside of the book "Lord of the Flies."
Most people believe in something. From Buddhism to Catholicism to Judaism to Protestantism there is something out there for everyone, you just have to find it. In the book Lord of the Flies the author William Golding offers up different types of religions in different forms. Golding uses the choir to represent a form of religion that works together as one to create a perfect life, in their opinion, for everyone. He uses Simon to symbolize the breaking away from a set religion. He goes off on his own to find himself mentally and spiritually. Not only does Golding use Simon to symbolize finding yourself, also to coming to the aid of others spiritually. He offers help to the littlenuns who everyone else looked down upon. The Lord of the Flies translates into Beelzebub or a demon from hell. This spiritual object "speaks" to Simon...

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