In Lord of the Flies, Chapter 9, Simon frees the parachutist's lines from the rock on the mountainside.
How is Simon from lord of the flies?
Simon from Lord of the Flies represents purity and manifests the characteristics of a Christ-like figure amongst the otherwise savage and sadistic boys.
Many people have described Simon as a Christ like figure.
Simon represents the inherent goodness in mankind. He is the Christ-figure of the novel.
Simon was a pure, good-hearted character who just wanted to help others. He was brave, and passionate. He was the "Christ Figure" in Lord of the Flies. But he was murdered.
The flies itself do not represent much but that off rotting or decay (from the pig's head). But the flies in the phrase "lord of the flies" do have a meaning. "Lord of the Flies" is translated in the Bible as Beelzebub, or the devil. Also, Simon was not evil, he was the "Jesus" figure in the story.
Simon is hallucinating, and since he is a symbol of Jesus Christ, his encounter with the Lord of the Flies resembles Jesus's encounter with Satan.
Simon is often identified as a Christ like figure.
Lord of the Flies is a novel by William Golding. In Lord of the Flies Simon and Piggy die.
In Lord of the Flies Simon is killed by Jack and his group on pages 152-154.
When Simon meets lord of the flies it symbolizes the devil
Simon talked to the Lord of the flies
simon does after he talked with the lord of the flies.
Simon is the boy in Lord of the Flies who has the spiritual encounter with the "Lord of the Flies". Simon has an epileptic fugue and holds an imaginary internalised converstion with the Lord of the Flies, which is simply a projection of the evil within himself.
Ralph killed Simon
Simon is a symbol of a prophet.
Because Simon is halucinating. The Lord of the Flies speaks to Simon to tell him about how they are acting. Simon is the only sane person on the island who has not commited a violent act.
Lord of the flies tells Simon that they are going to kill the beast and if Simon interferes he was going to die.
Simon is never actually buried in Lord of the flies, his body is taken out to sea by the tide after he dies.
The Lord Of the Flies itself to Simon
It is the pigs head That simon sees covered in flies.
The Pig's head, called the "Lord of the Flies" (because it is surrounded by flies) tells Simon that they are going to have lots of "fun" and that Simon will never be able to leave the island.
Simon represents Jesus Christ.
Simon represents Jesus Christ