“The thing is - fear can't hurt you any more than a dream.”
"Inside the floating cloak he was tall thin and boney and his hair was red beneath the black cap"
Rash, Committed, and arrogant
"the naked crooks of his knees were plump... He was shorter than the fair boy and very fat... and then looked up through thick spectacles"
Intelligent, Loyal, and Cautious
“We did everything adults would do. What went wrong?”
"The boy with fair hair... his grey shirt stuck to him and his hair plastered to his forehead."
"I’m frightened. Of us. I want to go home. Oh God, I want to go home."
Charismatic, Brave, and Prioritised
In the beginning, the author sets up Jack and his choir group to have a sense of authority to boost their ego, throughout the boo he becomes more savage and selfish. My opinion on Jack is shocked towards the actions he's caused, he had robbed the innocence of others as well as himself becoming full of madness
In the beginning, the author sets up piggy as a very intelligent boy and stays true to his nature throughout the book up until his death. My opinion on Piggy is that he resembles the center of stability towards the people with the ability to start a fire with his glasses and with his intelligent ideas on freedom.
in the beginning, the author sets up Ralph to be a typical energetic boy with a sense of leadership, he remains the same throughout however loses his place mentally but is brought back to reality by piggy. My opinion on Ralph is that he resembles a typical authority figure, they're in charge however things tend to slip by and may get out of hand.