"On one side the air was cool, but on the other the fire thrust out a savage arm of heat that crinkled hair on the instant. Boys who felt the evening wind on their damp faces paused to enjoy the freshness of it and then found they were exhausted" The fire represents the consequences of the boys savagery.
"His specs, use them as burning glasses" Piggy's glasses show the use of technology for the boys and help them get threw some of the more difficult challenges on the island such as making fire.
The Masks/ Facepaint
""You try Ralph. You'll cal the others" Doubtfully, Ralph laid the small end of the shell against his mouth and blew." The conch shell is a symbol for order and law, for most of the book the conch can be seen as something that brings the boys together and keeps them from fighting.
" "Tell us about the snake-thing." " He says it was a beastie." "Beastie?" "A snake-thing. Ever so big. He saw it." The boys are worried about something that never happend, claiming to see things in the dark or in the shadows.
AAAAAA!!! THE BEAST IS CHASING MEEEE!!!
"He looked in astonishment, no longer himself but an awesome stranger." The face paint lets the boys let out there savagery without making them think that they are becoming savages.
"Behind this was the darkness of the forest proper and the open space of the scar" The scar represens how the boys affect the nature around them on there time on the island