Lord of the Flies

Lord of the Flies
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  • PIGGY
  • Author's attitude: The author feels that Piggy is the underdog and most unfit out of all of the older children, though intelligent.
  • "Look, Ralph. We got to forget this. We can't do no good thinking about it, see?"-pg157
  • "He's not fatty," cried Ralph, "his real name's Piggy!" pg 21
  • Intelligent, Cowardly, Scientific
  • Fat, Broken Glasses.
  • My reaction: At first Piggy seamed completely useless but is intelligence became increasingly known and helpful throughout the book.
  • RALPH
  • Authors attitude: The author gives Ralph the qualities of a good leader and makes him a very likable character for the readers.
  • "Seems we ought to have a chief to decide things."-pg 22
  • "You're chief, Ralph. You remember everything. "pg 173
  • In shape, Strong, Tall
  • Cvilized, Sensible
  • My reaction:Ralph proves to be a good leader by calling Assemblies, getting people organized, and striving for rescue.
  • JACK
  • Authors attitude: the author makes Jack an annoying and disliked character from the start of the book. From his stuck up attitude, the readers know it will only cause trouble.
  • "If there is a beast, we'll kill it." -pg 116
  • Savage, Violent
  • "You're a a beast and a swine and a bloody, bloody thief!" pg-179
  • Tall, Skinny, Red hair
  • My reaction: Jack continues to show savagery and immaturity throughout the book making him the most hated character.
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