William Golding, Lord of the Flies: “The Rorschach test mark is clearly bloody and ominous. But it also speaks to the psychological issues Golding deals with in the book. It actually resembles a pigs head, but turned on it’s side like this it’s not too obvious so it stays abstract and doesn’t get pictoral. The letter arrangement suggests the chaos and breaking down of the governing rules of modern society.”
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