what is simon saying when he thinks the beast may be inside the boys themselves lord of the flies?Advertisement
What is Simon saying when he thinks the beast may be inside they boys themselves? Answered on 03/03/11 by Anonymous. He is saying that society is leaving them and the are becoming the beast themselves. - read more
Simon means that the beast, which the boys fear so much is part of them. It is hidden deep down in evey human: 'the darkness of human nature'. As the boys' savagery increases so does their fear of the beast and the beast starts to seem real. Simon is the only one to realise that the beast is not ... - read more
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