It demands also a close observation of the methods or ideologies humankind uses to combat evil and whether those methods are effective. Golding addresses these topics through the intricate allegory of his novel. When Lord of the Flies was first released inGolding described the novel's theme in a publicity questionnaire as "an attempt to trace the defects of society back to the defects of human nature.
Originally the most powerful of the Ainur created by Eru IluvatarMelkor rebelled against his creator out of pride and sought to corrupt Arda. After committing many evils in the First Agesuch as the theft of the Silmarilswhich resulted in his name Morgoth, and the destruction of the Two Lamps and the Two Trees of ValinorMorgoth was defeated by the Host of Valinor in the War of Wrath and cast out of Arda into the Void, where he now waits.
But the Flame was of Iluvatar and resided with him, and Melkor never discovered it. He continued to search, however, and as such was often alone and apart from his fellow Ainur.
It was during these lonesome periods that Melkor began to have ideas and thoughts of his own that were not in accordance with his fellow Ainur. Melkor front left weaves his music with Eru's When the Ainur sang the Great Music before Eru, Melkor wove some of these alien thoughts into his music, and straightaway Discord arose around him.
Some of those nearby attuned their music to his, until two musical themes were warring before the Throne. The Third was the theme of Elves and Men, and while it was not overwhelmed by the Discord as the Second theme was, it too failed to correct it.
When Eru brought the Music to an end, he rebuked Melkor, praising his strength but reminding him that, as an aspect of his creator's thought, anything that Melkor could bring into being ultimately had its source within Eru himself.
As such, even the Discord redounded in the end to the glory of Eru's work. This rebuke shamed Melkor, but brought on anger in him as well, though he hid it.
Thus when the Music was made incarnate as Ardait was already flawed through the Discord, and immoderate heat and great cold stalked it. Melkor then took in the interest of the World and descended to it with the other Valar. Arrival in Arda When the Valar entered into Arda and began to shape the unwrought matter, Melkor saw the Field of Arda and claimed it for his own.
Bitter, Melkor set himself against the other Valar. Whenever the Valar worked to better the world, Melkor disrupted their efforts.
For a long while, Melkor fought alone against the might of all the other Valar and Maiar of Arda, and he long held the upper hand. During this time, Arda was kept essentially shapeless, as Melkor ruined virtually every early work that the other Valar attempted to create.
Consequently, the Lord of the Flies is a direct symbol of the power of evil; a figure which evokes man’s inborn evil to take over. Since the hunters have gone so far as to present the beast with an offering, their belief in the beast, and therefore their innate evil, has solidified to an extent that turns them to violence. golding firsts presents evil in lord of the flies in jack which is odd as jack is the leader of the choir which represents god and happyness by doing this he helps show how even the purest of. Evil in Lord of the Flies Evil is a description of something that causes harm, discomfort, repulsion and injury to another. The statement ‘man produces evil as a bee produces honey’ is relevant in the understanding of human nature.
Fortunately for them, the mighty Valar Tulkas eventually descended to Arda, and his strength tipped the balance in favor of the Valar. Melkor fled before him, and left Arda for a time.
Years of the Lamps After Melkor's departure, the Valar managed to quiet the tumults of the world, and set about ordering it in preparation for the coming of the Elves.
To give light to the world, they constructed two Great Lamps in Middle-earth and set their place of dwelling in the midst of them. During this time, Melkor re-entered Arda with the various Maiar spirits who had attuned themselves to his music, and delved a mighty fortress at the very north-most part of the World and named it Utumno.
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The Symbolism of Power in William Golding’s Lord of the Flies An important theme in William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies is social power relations.
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