Essays Tagged: "Beelzebub"

"Jörundr" is the title. Written in response to assignment of creating an archetype tale; it includes the required evidence of a hero's journey, keenings, alliteration, etc.

so. Little did he know that Ófeigard had his gaze set upon him. "Now," decided that child of Beelzebub, "now, I will begin with my lessons to teach these mechanical, meandering men how senseles ...

(12 pages) 29 0 3.7 Nov/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > Creative Writing > Poems & Short Stories

Author motive in "Lord of the Flies."

entative of the devil as shown in the quote "The Lord of the Flies" is a translation of the Hebrew [Beelzebub]...suggested name for the devil (Golding, 205). This quote, coming from the notes section ...

(2 pages) 19 0 0.0 Oct/2005

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > North American

"Lord of the Flies" by William Golding: Character analysis.

BeelzebubBeelzebub, the demon of chaos, also known as Lord of the Flies, is indirectly referred as t ... is unable to destroy the Lord of the Flies, thus leading the boys to go wild and be "destroyed" by Beelzebub. Ralph is unable to control the others and even at some times, he fails in controlling him ... t part of them that makes the Lord of the Flies. Each character symbolizes something different, but Beelzebub, the demon of chaos, brings out their chaos, violence, anarchy, and destruction. Society i ...

(5 pages) 55 0 5.0 Dec/2005

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > "Lord of the Flies" by Sir William Gerald Golding

Character Analysis of Mr. Beelzy in John Collier's "Thus I Refute Beelzy"

y friend, Mr. Beelzy is an entirely real and malevolent being: likely an incarnation of evil called Beelzebub. As a source of such evil, he approaches Small Simon, because he is vulnerable, alone, and ...

(3 pages) 18 0 0.0 Apr/2006

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature

Paradise Lost

to get back to Heaven they would have to worship God which they hate doing.Satan's right hand man, Beelzebub, gets up to make a speech saying how, if they make a second Heaven as Mammon said, God wou ... ould attack the new world which God has created. Once again the speech tries to flatter the Devils. Beelzebub tells them how they need a great leader but before anyone else can stand up to face the da ...

(2 pages) 16 0 5.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Authors > Shakespeare

Paradise Lost

re, God banishes him and his followers to Hell. While he is in Hell he discusses his situation with Beelzebub. They decide that it is better to be in charge of Hell then have to obey God in Heaven. In ... e consequences were quite high. He still has many followers even though they are condemned to Hell. Beelzebub still sees him as his leader and chief. Beelzebub calls him, "O Prince, O Chief of many th ...

(2 pages) 15 0 5.0 Feb/2008

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature > Authors > Shakespeare