choose to follow that defines who we are”-J.K. Rowling William Golding wrote Lord of the Flies during a time of conflict and war. In response to all the conflict Golding wrote Lord of the Flies, a book about kids that crash landed on an island and how the isolation affects them. Golding wrote Lord of the Flies to tell that humans are corrupted to evil or forced to be good based by their surroundings. Jack a character in the book is an example of this. In the beginning of the book Jack is a cocky
Piggy was never listened to about his ideas on how to be civilized or how to help in any way he can on the island but the Author William Golding used him for other purposes. Piggy was a sign for intelligence and for order in the boy’s camp instead of turning into savergy. Piggy also was not a very survivalist but he had the ideas of helping to be one during his time on the island with the boys but is a more of a follower instead of a leader at times on the island. They abuse him because he is a bigger
In lord of the flies the character Jack goes through some big changes while living on this island. Jack changes from an innocent little boy into a reckless savage of a boy. These changes are an impact of having no adults nor rules on this island full of stranded young boys ages six to twelve. Although Jack is not the only boy who experiences these types of changes, he is one of the few it is most noticeable in. Jack shows us what human nature does when rules are taken away. In the beginning of the
In the novel, Jack is seen to be more capable at taking control and advantage of situations, whilst Ralph is sometimes even incapable to grasping the situation. After his failure to maintain order on the island, with them almost setting it on fire and their talks of fear, he becomes confused and unclear. He voices his uncertainty audibly to the group, saying, “Things are breaking up. I don’t understand why.” This shows that he is not mature enough fully understand what is happening to the boys.
Before I get into the analysing, I would like to tell my interpretation of this text. As I stated above, I thought the characters' in the maze represented the children being forced to work and Dashner showed how they felt by focusing on them. Within the text, there were many times where the kids expressed their feelings towards the unfair situation such as,“He fought the urge