Lord Of The Flies

Lord Of The Flies

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  • The Conch Shell Ralph is holding the conch shell, so he is the only one that can talk.
  • Piggy's Glasses Jack stole Piggy's glasses to make  the fire.
  • The Fire Ralph is yelling at Jack because he went hunting and let the signal fire out, which could of prevented  them from getting rescued.
  • "That's what this shell's called. I'll give the conch to the next person to speak. He who hold it when he's speaking."(Golding 33).  Ralph  makes the conch shell  a talking piece  and tries to keep everything civilized, while Jack is yelling over everybody.
  • The Beast One of the littleuns are asking Ralph about the beast.
  • "His specs-use them as burning glasses!' Piggy was surrounded before he could back away."(Golding 40) When Jack takes Piggy's lasses from His face, it represents a victory of savagery over civilization.
  • Mask/ Face Paint Jack and his choir are painting  their faces to camouflage to help them hunt.
  • "There was a ship. Out there. You said you'd keep the fire going and you let it out!" (Golding 70). The boys lit a fire on the top of the mountain, so if a ship or plane passed, people would know they are there. The fire represent the hope of being rescued and also destruction. Ralph is trying to be civilized and to be rescued,= while Jack only cares about hunting.
  • Adults Ralph and Piggy have just met and  realized there are no grown ups on the island.
  • "He wants to know what you're going to do about the snake-thing. ... Now he says it was a beastie. ... A snake-thing. Ever so big. He saw it." (Golding 33). The boys are making their own civilization on the island, including making false tales. The boys are afraid of the beast, even though the beast is themselves.
  • "For hunting. Like in the war. You know- dazzle paint. Like things trying to look like something else-"(Golding 63").  When Jack and his choir paint their faces in order to hunt, they are moving towards savagery instead of civilization, like Ralph wants .
  • "Aren't there any grownups at all?'  'I don't think so.'The fair boy said this solemnly; but then grinned at the reversed fat boy.'No grownups!"(Golding 15). Adults symbolize civilization and with no adults on the island to control all the boys, they will eventually turn to  savagery. 
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