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Summary: It is said that murderers start by killing little animals, for whatever reason, and eventually their emotions from taking a life disappear, which indeed happened in Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies

The Lord of the Flies was a story of a group of young boys, no older than maybe twelve. These kids were stranded on an island together, and in the end resorted to stealing from each other, painting faces, killing pigs in cruel ways, and generally acting like savages. One of these kids was Simon. Simon is a strange character who goes off by himself a lot, just blacks out, and becomes oblivious to the world. This is when he starts to dream, and see visions. Due to Simon's actions, the imagery of the area around him, what he sees, and how he dies, he represents Jesus from the Bible.

Simon's actions were similar to those of Jesus, and this helps to prove that Simon is a reminiscence of Jesus. `But Jesus said to them, ... they all ate and had enough...

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