Ralph And Jack In Lord Of The Flies

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Throughout the novel Lord of the flies by William Golding, During World War two, parents send their kids away from the war to prevent them from being hurt. But after being sent by plane, it was later on shot down causing kids to be stranded on a deserted island.Ralph is known as the leader and also the protagonist in the novel. Jack is the leader of the hunters, he is the cruelest one out of everyone and urges to slaughter a hog. However William Golding compares Jack and Ralph characteristic during Lord of The Flies he portrays Jack as animalistic, and Ralph as civilized.But Ralph can be compared to Jack a civilized leader and Jack a Fierce leader.
Jack in Lord of the flies by William Golding is mostly portrayed as animalistic because how he acts when he tries to hunt a wild boar and acts like an animal. “Jack was bent double. He was down like a sprinter, his nose only a few inches
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He held on and leaped on the trunk.”All this I meant to say. Now I 've said it. You voted me for chief. Now you do what say."They quieted, slowly, and at last, were seated again. Ralph dropped down and spoke in his ordinary voice” (Chapter 5 Page 62 line 9 and 14). On the island, Ralph was voted to become a leader and there was a dispute over being a leader. After being voted to be a leader, he started to put in the rules on the island so there would be no chaos. His priority was to have a signal fire so they can get off the island quick and effective and also he wanted to build a shelter so they had somewhere to sleep. However, Jack can be considered a fierce leader and Ralph can be considered a civilized leader. Jack is known to be cruel but when he is a leader he can be fierce because they
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