English- The Lord of The Flies

CHapter 2:
Why do you think the beastir comes to dominant the meeting? What does it symbolize?

Please help me out on this one. I cant figure it out and its so frusterating!
Thank you so much!

I have never read this book. If no one else has, please check it out at http://www.sparknotes.com/lit

Also, you would need to clarify, just in case someone else here has read this book: "beastir" means what? And do you mean "dominate" (the verb form)? And what is "it"?

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Sry..spelling mistake..
Why does the beastie come to dominate the meeting? What does the beastie symbolize?
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it symbolizes the fear of the boys, or the unknown, really it's your opinion, so take it easy :).

ok great thanks =)
Now why does it come to dominate the meeting?

It comes to dominate the meetings for the same reason that many US policies are being made for fear of terrorism.

What frightens people seems much more important to them than other things.

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