Lord of the Flies

In chapter 11 of Lord of the Flies, what are the major themes from the chapter, and significance title?


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You can find an analysis of the novel's major themes right here on gradesaver. I have provided the link below;



Everything goes down at Castle Rock. It is Ralph and Piggy's final attempt to get through to Jack and the boys. There is a sense of heroism in this chapter. It is a passive resistance, an offering of friendship to a power that wishes to destroy. In many ways it is evil triumphing over good.