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character study: Beelzebub

The next in my series of character analysis for the upcoming movie “The conjuration of Victor Dee Strider”

Incredibly powerful,knows more about you then you could ever believe,Beelzebub has literately seen and heard it all.Very cynical , pessimistic, sarcastic,and satirical he holds a low opinion of humanity,and is very disappointed in Victor.contemptuously distrustful of human nature and motives,he has been summoned time and again and feels that his respect must be taken,if not given properly. 585 more words

Left Hand Path

Book Review: Lord of the Flies

Lord of the flies is regarded as one of the best English novel, and for most part of the book I wondered why!!  Written by Nobel Prize winner, William Golding, the book presents a story which explores the two competing attitudes inside the human beings.  370 more words

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Pause from Politics

OK, a few notes on Tucson’s weather and wildlife.

The monsoons started a few days ago.  No deluge at my house, but, being able to see the whole basin that is Tucson, surrounded by mountains, I could see rain in the northeast corner of town at one point, the northwest corner at another.  811 more words


ReLit: Lord of the Flies

This will not end well.


We had some friends over for dinner the other night, and at one point the four adults were upstairs in the kitchen and the four kids, ages two through four, were downstairs in the basement. 1,604 more words


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Time to Stand Up

We’ve got a little Lord of the Flies action going on at my house.

And I don’t mean as part of our summer reading experience. 151 more words


My Thoughts About Lord of the Flies by William Golding (Book Review #43)

“Maybe there is a beast… maybe it’s only us.”
― William Golding, Lord of the Flies

This is an adventure-survival novel following the story of a group of boys of mixed ages amidst a nuclear war, ranging from 6-12, stranded on an island, far beyond the reaches of civilization, after their plane evacuating them from war-torn England crashes. 758 more words