Premium Content The Relationship Between Symbolism and Theme in Lord of the Flies
By Anonymous - June 21, 2002
In real life, common objects that are used everyday are often taken for granted and even unusual sights, as well as ideas, are often unrecognized. However, this is seldom the case with similar objects and ideas that literary characters encounter. Many authors use seemingly ordinary, trivial objects in addition to unique elements to symbolize ideas…
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