"I'll give the conch to the next person to speak... And he won't be interrupted.
Go get my robe!
I deserve to be chief!
The conch gives whoever holds it power to talk and have everyone's attention. In this scene Ralph has the conch so he has the power of getting everyone's attention.
This picture shows a king demanding his servants to do something. This represents power because the king has the power to force the servants into doing something. I chose to draw this because when I think of power I picture royalty/ a crown.
Through out the whole story of Lord Of The Flies, there is a constant battle of power. Jack is constantly craving the power that Ralph holds. Ralph is the chief of the boys, and Jack believes that is unfair and that he deserves to be chief more than Ralph.
"Piggy's specs! We need them!
In this image, there are savage boys holding spears. The boys are savage because they do not care about leadership, and do not believe that they need it to survive.
In this scene, a leader is talking to a group of people. She is a leader because she sets examples, leads other people, and takes action for what is right. She is comparable to Ralph because they are both leaders.
Piggy's specs in this scene represent leadership. They are a symbol of leadership because at the beginning of the book leadership and the specs were important, but at the end of the book nobody cared about either one.