1. What are the three levels of thought, according to Golding?
2. What percentage of the population does Golding assign to each category?
3. Why are Grade Three thinkers so dangerous?
4. Who are the grade one thinkers in the world today, in your opinion?
5. What is the significance of the three statuettes? What do they symbolize? How would you arrange them to reflect your own moral, coherent, logical system of living?