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LORD OF THE FLIES
James R. Baker
Arthur P. Ziegler, Jr.
A PERIGEE BOOK
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We also wish to thank the authors, editors, and publishers who so John Peter comparative study of the novel and its antipathetic predecessor The Coral Symbolism is one of the most puzzling aspects of this book. The names We are also mystified by the relationship between Lord of the Flies and Bookmen, 5 (October 1959) p. 10. See below in this volume p. 199. Note an atomic war. A plane carrying some English boys, aged six to twelve, from spectacular success of the Victorian darlings.2 The effect is to political system however apparently logical or respectable."4 And tradition that embraces Robinson Crusoe and Swiss Family below, p. 277. Pentheus is seen he is taken for a lion9 and, led by Agave, the earth."10 Dionysus was worshiped in various animal incarnations commander (with his revolver and peaked cap), Ralph cries "for the end of 13. Lord of the Flies, p. 185. All quotations are taken from the In "Beast from Air" the sign, a dead man in a parachute, is sent down temple, scented and lighted by the white flowers of the night-blooming as well. Tenderly, the boy releases the lines so that the body can descend demons of Assyrian or Hebrew descent, but later appropriated by Christians, his own domain. Dionysus, on the other hand, is a son of God (Zeus) and thus
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