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  • The English printed booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • The sound of the shell - Chapter 1
    • Fire on the mountain - Chapter 2
    • Cabins on the beach - Chapter 3
    • Painted faces and long hair - Chapter 4
    • Beast from the water - Chapter 5
    • Beast from the sky - Chapter 6
    • Shadows and tall trees - Chapter 7
    • Sacrifice in the dark - Chapter 8
    • A look at death - Chapter 9
    • The shell and the glasses - Chapter 10
    • The castle rock - Chapter 11
    • The cry of the hunters - Chapter 12
  • The Dutch printed booksummary contains the following chapters:
    • Het geluid van de schelp - Chapter 1
    • Vuur op de berg - Chapter 2
    • Hutten op het strand - Chapter 3
    • Beschilderde gezichten en lang haar - Chapter 4
    • Beest uit het water - Chapter 5
    • Beest uit de lucht - Chapter 6
    • Schaduwen en hoge bomen - Chapter 7
    • Offer aan het donker - Chapter 8
    • Een blik op de dood - Chapter 9
    • De schelp en de bril - Chapter 10
    • De kasteelrots - Chapter 11
    • De kreet van de jagers - Chapter 12

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Important topics that are covered in Lord of the Flies are:

  • the tension between group dynamics and individuality
  • the tension between rational and emotional reactions
  • the tension between morality and immorality

At the end of every chapter, therefore, ask yourself whether and how these three tensions were treated

Trivia: the title of the book, "Lord of the Flies", is a direct reference to Beelzebub. Beelzebub is sometimes another name for the devil - similar to Satan - and the Dictionnaire Infernal describes Beelzebub as a being capable of flying, known as the "Lord of the Flyers", or the "Lord of the Flies".

 As popularized by Rutger Bregman in his book 'Humankind' the real-life experience of a shipwreck need not be one of quarrel and dismay. Therefore, one should not read this book as a historical account, but as a story that illustrates and exemplifies societal and psychological tensions relevant to all of us

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