Lord of the Flies characters

Lord of the Flies characters

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  • Jack is tall and thin.
  • He's arrogant and strong-willed and viscous.
  • "See? See? That's what you'll get! I meant that! There isn't a tribe for you anymore! The conch is gone-I'm chief!" (ch. 11)
  • "You're a beast and a swine and a bloody, bloody thief!" (ch. 11)
  • The author shows savagery through Jack's character. He is the antagonist in this story.
  • Jack is a savage and he is vicious. Throughout the story he lost himself and became a beast.
  • Piggy is short, unfit, and wears glasses.
  • He is very loyal to Ralph.   He's innocent and is very intelligent.
  • "I dunno, Ralph. We just got to go on, that's all. That's what grownups would do." (ch. 8)
  • "What was the sensible thing to do? There was no Piggy to talk sense." (ch. 12)
  • The author shows civilization, humanity, and purity through Piggy's character.  
  • I think Piggy was a good character to have in the story.  Most boys lost their sense of humanity and became selfish.  Piggy remained calm, selfless, and kind the whole time.
  • He is determined and resourceful.
  • Ralph is tall and athletic.
  • "I'm frightened. Of us. I want to go home. Oh god, I want to go home." (ch. 5)
  • "He's like Piggy. He says things like Piggy. He isn't a proper chief." (ch. 8)
  • Along with Piggy, Ralph represents civilization and humanity. 
  • Between Ralph and Jack, the author shows what an experience like this can do to a young child. I enjoyed Ralph's character because he cares about what's right and wrong and continues to use common sense.
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