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In The Lord of the Flies by William Golding, Simon is one of several English boys who survived a plane crash and is now marooned on an island with no adults. Simon is identified to be the naïve, soft-spoken character but is also the more logical adult-like thinker. He does not try to put his own spin on the many difficult situations the boys face; he just accepts them for what they are at face value. Simon comes to discover that there is no actual beast on the island, that it is merely the boys’ imagination and their own conscience. Through inarticulation, internal dialogue, and sacrifice, Golding uses Simon to portray the idea that humans create the beast that lives within themselves.

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