Lord of the Flies Jamp
Ralph was scanning the place where they had crashed to see if they on an island. Along came a chunky kid they called Piggy. They found a conch, which they regarded as a form of government. Ralph finds a megaphone and uses it to make an announcement and attracts the rest of the boys on the island to meet.
"I'm warning you. I'm going to get angry D'you see? You're not wanted. Understand? We are going to have fun on this island! So don't try it on, my poor misguided boy, or else--"
This is the climax of they trout because Simon is the symbol of good on the islands and the pig's head is the beast that they have been scared I and it shows that good and evil cannot coexist. Also this is the turning point where we realize that the beast is not a physical animal, but instead is the savagery and evil that lives within the boys while on that island.
In the end the rest of the boys kill Simon and Piggy. They kill Simon first because they mistake him for the beast that they feared. Piggy was killed with a boulder that was pushed onto him by Roger during Jack and Ralph's fight. the two boys were the ones on the island that were not consumed by savagery, so their deaths represent the death of civilization on the island.
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