Piggy's Glasses Analysis

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In the book of Lord of The Flies a plane that has been crashed into an Island with no adults and only infants lying around the Island ages 4-9.Their job is to survival on the Island until someone finds them. The book emphasizes a lot symbolism such as piggy’s glasses, the conch, and the scar. The book introduces a character named Piggy he is chubby and wears glasses and follows Ralph the leader of infants. When the book was describing him, the author mentions that fact that he wears glasses right away that means Piggy’s glasses are very prominent. Piggy’s Glasses tends to have a lot symbolism in the book for an example on page 52 “ His specs-use them as burning glasses!” Using Piggy’s glasses as a resource to start up a fire up on top of the …show more content…
On Page 43”I’ll give the conch to the next person to speak. He can hold it when he’s speaking” the conch is also used when Ralph is setting the rules on the Island. The conch symbolize democracy because Ralph is using it make sure that the infants are treated fairly. Another example is that on page 22” we can use this to call the others. Have a meeting” in Chapter One we read that Piggy told Ralph about how you can blow in it like a horn to call all the infants for a meeting. The conch also symbolizes what made Ralph the leader of the whole group because he was mainly elected for him to blow in conch and bring everyone together. Lastly, the book symbolizes the scar the plane that has crashed and crashed landed on the Island. The quote “When we was coming down I looked through one of them windows. I saw the other part of the plane. There were flames coming out of it.The scar by the plane is a reminder why the boys are on the Island. They had to leave away from the world war from German bombing during World War Lord of the Flies as the infants try to survival the main character Jack who is the leader of the hunters and Ralph of the whole infants tend to go against each other. The book explains symbolism such as piggy’s glasses, the conch, and the

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