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"KILL THE PIG! BASH HIM IN" (114).
"It's just a game" (115).
"Here let me go! His voice rose to a shriek of terror as Jack snatched the glasses off his face" (40).
The tribe is chanting "Kill the pig! Bash him in!" This is deindividuation because the group is losing their civilized words and acting like wild animals in a pack.
"The conch doesn't count on top of the mountain, so shut up." (42)
As the boys reenact the bear scene with Roger playing the bear, they pin him down violently. After , Ralph says that it was just a game, but is uneasy about it. This means, as a group, they are becoming more savage and its affecting ralphs individuality.
Together as a group, Jack influences the rest of the boys to swarm piggy to forcefully take his glasses from him to start the fire. Ralph watches civilized boys turn into savages before his own eyes.
When Jack was on top of the mountain and it was Piggy's turn with the conch, he changed the rules so that he didn't have to hear Piggy's opinion. No one called out Jack for changing the rules which makes it deindividuation.
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