"I ought to be chief, because I'm chapter chorister and head boy. I can sing C sharp." pg 28.
"Jack's in charge of the choir. They can be—what do you want them be?" Pg: 3
Vicious and Arrogant
Tall, Thin, Bony, Red hair, Freckles, Angry
Tall, Good looking, Blonde, blue eyes, athletic
Athletic and a charismatic leader
"Ralph was vexed to find how little he thought like a grownup and sighed again." Pg: 243
"Things are breaking up. I don't understand why. We began well: We were happy" pg 82
Overweight, Asthmatic, Glasses, Doesn't have much hair
Intellectual, Not good at physical labor,
"What are we? Humans? Or animals? Or savages? What's grownups going to think?" Pg: 3
"I knew that!' Shouted Ralph. He pulled his arm away from Piggy, 'Are you suggesting-?" Pg: 73-78
The Author portrays Jack as arrogant and full of himself. Jack is seen as crazy once he becomes the leader of the hunters and begins to kill animals and soon enough the other kids.
The author portrays Ralph as the leader of the group of kids. He is the primary representative of order, civilization and productive leadership. He spends no time in fooling around but rather building huts and gathering materials.
The author portrays Piggy as the adult on the island. His physical traits are much like those of an elderly person. He is fat, nearsighted, his hair is thinning and he had medical conditions. Piggy represents the rational side of a man.