Simon as the Christ Life Figure in The Lord of the Flies

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He's done as much as I have" (54). Golding also illustrates Simon's generosity when "Simon pulled off the choicest from the endless, outstretched hands" (56). Jesus was well known to have been very generous and kind with children. Simon's generosity and unselfishness result in Simon being portrayed as the Christ figure...
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Many of the things Simon does are either unusual or supernatural. Simon tells Ralph, "I just think you'll get back alright," (111) even though he believes that he, himself might not get off the island alive. Simon foresees his own death; just like Jesus. Also after Jesus dies, his body magically disappears...
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