What is the scar in Lord of the Flies?
The scar is a physical representation of the damage that has been done to the island and its inhabitants. The boys have destroyed their home, leaving it barren and uninhabitable. Their home has been marked by their violence and destruction.
The scar is a reminder of the violence and destruction that took place on the island. The boys are reminded of this every time they look at the scar, which serves as a reminder of their sin and guilt.
The scar is a symbol of the fear and terror that the boys experienced on the island. They feared for their lives from both other humans and from beasts, both real and imagined. The scar represents this fear as well as how it affected them mentally, emotionally, physically, etcetera.
The scar is a reminder of the loss of innocence and the descent into savagery that the boys experienced on the island. When they reach adulthood, they will no longer be innocent children; rather they will become corrupted adults who have learned how to kill others with little remorse or regret over what they did in order to survive on an uninhabited island for several months without any adult supervision whatsoever!