Model ship with a noisy sail
A flock of birds
A ring of snakes
A group of girls
A choir of boys
Fruit from the trees.
A pig roasted on a fire.
Strange mulberries found in an overgrown bush.
The only way someone may speak is if they are holding the conch; to establish order.
The only people who may start fires are Jack and Simon; to keep from harming the littluns.
The fire is to be kept on the beach and made by Piggy's glasses; The fire should be close by and made orderly so as not to get out of control.
No littluns may leave the campfire after 7:00; to protect the littluns and make them feel safe.
All the boys except Jack.
The most intelligence of any of the boys on the island.
Moral responsibility, common sense, and kindness.
The violent, sociopath tendencies of murderers.
A hatred of the world for its horrible condition.
Vast knowledge, intelligence, and wisdom.
Poor planning, cruelty, and impulsive actions.
Anger and short-tempered behavior.
Elitist mentality and pompous behavior.
He is crushed by a rock that is pushed by Roger, which also destroys the conch shell.
He suffocates after opening his mouth in water.
He is killed by a fire that gets out of control.
While helping Ralph, he falls off Castle Rock.
One of the huts that were made.
The underwater shelter made from rocks and seaweed.
It will signal for help and it symbolizes hope.
Fire causes smoke, which causes less fumigation of the island.
Fire is one of Ralph's secret obsessions.
Ralph desires the ability to cook food via the use of fire.
Is petrified with fear
Slays the beast
Hides behind a bush until the beast flies into the air and makes a horrible cry
Realizes that the beast is nothing more than a casualty of war
A sow that was nursing her piglets
The Lord of the Flies
Literally, the pig was called this because flies swarmed around its head. However, symbolically, it was used to symbolize Satan, whose nickname is Lord of the Flies.
Simon was smelly, and attracted flies to himself and to the pigs head, thus garnering the name.
The term refers theologically to the angels, who represent the humanity and beauty of the island.
The pig represented two of Jack's desires: to murder and to play with bugs. This shows the fulfillment of Jack's longing, and thus, his happiness.
It was roasted.
A knife was used to kill it.
It died in the fire.
It was crushed by a rock.
A set of twins who speak in nearly perfect unison.
A littlun who ends up betraying Jack at the end of the novel.
A friend of Simon who is eventually killed by a fire that gets out of control
A child who has been on the island for over twenty-two days without food.
The use of spies that told Jack everything that Ralph planned.
The use of camouflage that prevented Ralph from seeing Jack.
Jack stalked Ralph during the night when it was hard to see.
Jack used fire to try to smoke Ralph out of his hiding place.
Ralph kills him with a vine.
Roger kills him with a stone.
Jack kills him with a knife.
He dies when he and Ralph both try to use the conch shell at once.