The Spire William Golding: How does Golding introduce the character of Jocelin in chapter 1?

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April 16, 2015

 

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This is fitting as it represents Jocelin's short-sightedness to the effect the construction of the spire is having on the people around him. His is made blind by the "joy" of his dream/passion and becomes almost oblivious to harm he causes until it's too late to rectify, demonstrated by his completely oblivious disciplining of the two younger deacons "Who is this poor fellow? You should pray for him rather" when it is plain to the reader the "Proud" and "Ignorant" person is actually Jocelin himself...
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His is made blind by the "joy" of his dream/passion and becomes almost oblivious to harm he causes until it's too late to rectify, demonstrated by his completely oblivious disciplining of the two younger deacons "Who is this poor fellow? You should pray for him rather" when it is plain to the reader the "Proud" and "Ignorant" person is actually Jocelin himself...
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