Simon realizes that the "beast" on the island is in fact, a real man who has just died and happened to land on the Mountain Top. Simon then goes to the man and untangles him and lets him go. When he goes to tell all the other boys about it.... well... he dies. The boys murder him in fear that he is the beast because it was dark and they didn't know
It is the pigs head That simon sees covered in flies.
How is Simon from lord of the flies?
If you are talking about the climax of the story, it is when Simon is killed
he has a fit and imagines the Lord of the Flies talking to him, he is chosen by the author as he is the cypher and the one that is most likely to understand the message the Lord of the Flies gives, which is that the beast is within.
When Simon holds a conversation with the Lord of the Flies he isn't talking to a pig's head on a stick or to The Devil. Simon is simply holding an internal conservation with the darkness within, with the evil which is inside everyone. Simon is essentially having a silent conversation with himself.
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 talked to the Lord of the flies
simon does after he talked with the lord of the flies.
when the pigs head( the lord of the flies) is talking to Simon that is all personification representing the devil(satan) because a dead pig can't actually talk
Simon is a symbol of a prophet.
Simon is never actually buried in Lord of the flies, his body is taken out to sea by the tide after he dies.
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.