Chapters 3.3. and 3.4. focus on character drawing and themes, whereas chapter 3.5. is devoted to aspects of school and education. In chapter 3.6., I highlight basic characteristics of children's literature and adult literature as displayed in the book and examine the appeal of the novel to children and adults... displayed 300 characters
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The first story that I ever wrote down, when I was five or six, was about a rabbit called Rabbit. He got the measles and was visited by his friends, including a giant bee called Miss Bee. And ever since Rabbit and Miss Bee, I have wanted to be a writer, though I rarely told anyone so... displayed next 300 characters
This is an example of how Jocelin's cynical ulterior motives interfere with what a "good" Christian would be morally obliged to do. Instead of trying to prevent the adultery from occurring Jocelin decided the spire takes precedent, as he knew "she will keep him here" referring to Roger the master builder...
The 'warmth' at his back, is immediately interpreted by Jocelin as the presence of hides guardian angel sent by God to comfort and guide him in his task, it is at this point that the reader begins to question Jocelin's reliability as a narrator...
We already know that Jocelin received the money from his aunt to proceed with the construction of the spire (which is the ultimate representation of faith in the novel), so it is apparent that there is certainly a monetary cost involved...
She may know something; It was her whole life, after all". Golding manages to give the scene an entirely uncomfortable feeling with the reader, as not only do we see Jocelin's hopes and dreams systematically dismantled by Alison, but he also creates an almost sexual tension in the conversation through is use of detailed description "Black dress, full...
This is done intentionally to show Simon's compassion, and Golding would not place Jack in a similar scenario. Chapter three concludes with white flowers opening to symbolize peace and love, the aura surrounding Simon...
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