Piggy's Glasses Piggy is angry because Jack stole his glasses.
The Conch Shell The conch shell represents civilization and stability
The Beastie The beastie represents the fear on the island.
"I can’t see no more and I got to get my glasses back. Awful things has been done on this island" (Golding, 178) This quote shows that the savages on the island (Jacks tribe) is always trying to interrupt civilization. This shows that Jack and his tribe have done awful things on the island to transform civilization to savagery.
The Fire The fire represents destruction and the hope of rescue on the island.
*"I'll give the conch to the next person to speak." (Golding, 24) This quote shows how the conch represents society and civilization where one has the right to speak while holding the conch. It shows that there is order in the tribe meaning there is definitely society.
Face Paint/Mask The face paint represents the savagery inside the boys.
"He says he saw the beastie, the snake-thing, and will it come back tonight?""But there isn't a beastie!""He says in the morning it turned into them things like ropes in the trees and hung in the branches. He says will it come back again tonight?""There was no laughter at all now and more grave watching. (Golding, 36) The beastie is not real and the stress of the kids is causing them to actually think there is one.
The Lord of the Flies The pigs head on the stick resembles how the boys completely became savages
"That's all well and good, until the first signal fire the boys light begins burning out of control, and at least one boy is missing" (Golding, 56) This quote shows how the fire resembles destruction and chaos but it is the only way to get rescued. So in a way, it shows hope and destruction
"the mask was a thing of its own, behind which Jack hid, liberated from shame and self-consciousness" (Golding, 64) This quote resembles how the face paint hides the kids true personality and transforms them into savages. Something they didn't know that they had inside them.
"Jack held out the head and jammed the soft throat down on the pointed end of the stick which pierced through the mouth. He stood back and the head hung there, a little blood dribbling down the stick." (Golding, 136-137) This quote shows how the pigs head resembles fear and that the boys are still kids at heart, believing every little thing. It is called lord of the flies because their are flies surrounding the pigs head.