Ralph thinks about piggy Ralph as he faced the Cheif i cant think about that not to piggy page 78
My reaction to piggy is a chubby boy that gets bullied and gets taken advantage for smartness
Piggy was so full of pride in his contribution to the good of society that he helped to fetch wood. (8.118)
weird smart lack of confidence
"Remember what we came for the fire my specs page 161"
My reaction to ralph is that he is the alpha of the group and he leads the island so everyone can survive
Athletic Brave Smart
in chapter 7 jack doesn't like ralph he hates his leadership and he wants to be leader
The alpha of the whole island
The suffusion drained away from Jack'sface. Ralph waved again for silence. "Jack's in charge of the choir. ...
my reaction to jack is that jack is the crazy one in the group and loves to kill animals
"Ralph and Jack respond differently to the boys' fear of the "beastie." In chapter 2 when the littlun first brings up the idea, Ralph tries to deal with it in a straightforward and rational manner."
he is the savage of the island
the authors reaction to piggy Piggy is an overweight, asthmatic boy who wears glasses. he is intellectual and not very good at physical labor. He is around 12 years old looks more mature than the other boys. For example piggy does not have much hair, and after being on the island, his hair does not grow much
Ralph is the athletic, charismatic protagonist of The Lord Of The Flies. in a sence, this strength gives Ralph a moral victory at the end the novel when he casts The Lord of The Flies to the ground and takes up the stake it is impailed on to defend himself aganist jacks hunters
ack is described by Golding as "tall, thin, and bony; and his hair was red beneath the black cap. His face was crumpled and freckled, and ugly without silliness. Out of this face stared two light blue eyes, frustrated now, and turning, or ready to turn, to anger." Jack is the leading advocate of anarchy on the island.