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Jack Zapfel

on 14 October 2013

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Lord of the Flies/Huntress Project
By: Jack and Drew

Our poem is about intense hunters inviting people to join them on a journey, where they will let loose and use spears to kill something.
Relating Themes and Ideas
This poem is all about hunting with spears and violence. In Lord of the Flies violence is a major theme throughout the book. One place where we see this is Simon's death, where the boys ruthlessly kill him since they think he is the beast.

In Lord of the Flies hunting is all Jack and his fellow Hunter's stand for. Plus hunting is the main method for gathering food. Hunting is people's inner killer.
"Come, blunt your spear with us."

Lord of the Flies:
"They surrounded the covert but the sow got away with the sting of another spear in her flank. The trailing butts hindered her and the sharp, cross-cut points were a torment. She blundered into a tree, forcing a spear still deeper; and after that any of the hunters could follow her easily by the drops of vivid blood" (135).
Visual Representation
Huntress By H.D.
Hilda Doolittle
Meaning of Poem
Specific Scene or Passage
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