The significance of the title "Huts on the Beach" in Lord of the
Flies is that during this chapter, huts were constructed. Not only
were the huts considered as shelter, but also as symbol of
civilization and a sense of "home"
the lord of the flies is the sow's head on the stick that Jack
put up as an offering to the "beastie." The Lord of the flies is
the literal translation of the Hebrew word 'Beelzebub', a Satan
figure in the bible, who represents the evil within men.
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.
The name "Lord of the Flies" is the English translation of the
Hebrew word Beelzebub, which is another name for the devil. When
the Lord of the Flies spoke to Simon it said something to the
effect of "I am in all of you", which emphasizes the theme of the
inherent evil in all mankind.
because the " lord of the flies" is the sow's head, and not
truly a lord, the quotations show that it is just a name given by
SSimon. also, the quotations are simply to show that it is all in
Simon's head and that he is simply imagining the conversation.