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Analysis Of William Golding's 'Lord Of The Flies'

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In William Golding’s Lord of the Flies Jack transforms from a boy who 's determined to hunt and find food for the group of boys, to a power hungry savage who disagrees with Ralph. As Jacks chaotic actions increases, the reader will notice how fear and chaos will drive people to extreme behaviors. Jack is assigned to be one of the hunters on the island and he becomes obsessed with killing the pig. Golding sets the scene by writing “the madness came to his eyes again”... “I thought I might kill” (53). The sentence “The madness came to his eyes again” shows how obsessed Jack is and how determined he is to kill the pig. When he says “I thought I might kill” it shows how being on the island is changing him and he is becoming power hungry. As the
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