Piggy's Talk Analysis

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Ralph’s attitude towards Piggy was negative as he felts uninterest in Piggy's talk and statements. Ralph kept ignored almost everything that Piggy spoke because he didn't care much, and plus the fact that Piggy always referred to his auntie about what to do and what not annoyed him. Instead, he found himself more interest about the surrounding, "Protected from the sun, ignoring Piggy's ill-omened talk, he dreamed pleasantly...vivid phantoms of his day-dream still interposed between him and Piggy, who in this context was an irrelevance,"(pg.15-16). This quote shows that Ralph annoyed by Piggy's talk, and he tried to ignore Piggy and enjoyed the scenery.
Ralph chose to remain uninterest until Piggy got his attention on a conch, in which served as away to call the rest of the survivors.

Piggy was the first to spot the conch, but he was indirectly responsible for blowing the conch because of his asthma. He also had problems of swim and talk for a long period of time as he couldn't breathe fast enough for him to maintain a right amount of oxygen. With experienced from the past, he chosed to tell Ralph to blow the conch instead because,"My auntie wouldn't let me blow on account of my asthma,"(pg.16). This quote shows that Piggy wasn't allow to blow because of
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Jack, as a leader of a choir and carries a knife, never expect to face a pig. As such, he had no idea how to counter his fear, and as result he let the pig go. Not just him, Ralph and Simon knew why he didn't kill the pig,"Because of the enormity of the knife descending and cutting into living flesh; because of the unbearable blood,"(pg.31). This quote shows that Jack was too innocence and afraid of kills a living creature despise the chance for substenance. Jack's regret for not kills the pig had drove him crazy as he determined to kills next
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