In the novel Lord of the Flies when does Jack show insecurity?
When he puts on the paint mask. With the mask he feels more powerful because he believes people can't actually see it is him.
There were many complications in the novel Lord of The Flies such as; the fact that Jack was on of two dominant characters in the novel however Jack failed to acknowledge Ralph's democratic way of ruling the other boys on the island which lead to a major complication and a downfall in the boys society.
It is the pig's head cut off by jack, transformed from a loving pig to a creepy horror. The flies were buzzing around the head, making the pigs head the Lord of the Flies. In other interpretations, Jack is considered to be the Lord of the Flies. The beast is also thought to be the Lord of the Flies.
Lord of the Flies is the emodiment of pure evil. It symbolizes the "beast" that the children create themselves, for the beast is not real, it's made up in their heads. It's a reason for Jack to become the savage chief and kill for offerings to the beast. The Lord of the flies symbolizes the evil inside each human, and of course human nature is such a huge overall theme of novels, so that's probably…
The Lord of the flies is the head of the pig that is killed by Jack and his tribe halfway through the story. Golding refers to the way it 'summons' the flies. also, the word beezelbum means lord of the flies. It also means devil. The lord of the flies has a very religious message. Jack=satan simon=jesus