Lord of the Flies

How does nature react to the boy's attempts at civilization?

Examine the description of nature in each chapter.

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There are descriptions of nature in every chapter so describing all of them is too much for this space. Suffice to say that Golding uses nature both as foreshadowing and symbolism for his characters. Storms represent the chaos of Jack's tyranny; sometimes sunny weather represents the moments of calm or temporary peace; calm blissful weather represents Simon for the most part....