When Jack gets angry Wilfred, every boy feels scared on him. No one knows the real reason why Jack was angry Wilfred. Jack orders other boys to tie Wilfred for hours which is the violent way of punishment for kids. In chapter 10, Jack and his subordinate plan to steal Piggy’s glasses because it is only one tool that can make fire. They come to Ralph’s camp and steal Piggy’s glasses violently at night.
This develops theme because this inner battle is what causes Guy to turn away from technology and realize the importance of literature. Unlike internal conflict external conflict is much more common in the book. Guy’s main conflict is with Beatty the captain of the fire station. Beatty realizes Guy’s change and is there the whole time taunting him trying to revert him back. This continues until the fire station gets a call from Mrs.Montag exposing Guy.
For example Jack's group thought Simon was the beast and they killed him and they killed piggy by dropping a big rock on him. (Lord of the Flies) John Locke would not approve this on the island because Jack's group is violating Piggy’s and Simons’ right to live. The second reason he would not approve the behavior on the island that the hunters stole Piggy's glasses. For example The hunters raided rest of the people and stole Piggy's glasses. (Lord of the Flies) John Locke would not approve this because they stole piggy's glasses and that violated Piggy’s
Another act of savagery is that he raid Ralph’s shelter in the company of a couple of his savages and snatches away Piggy’s spectacles. Subsequently when Piggy insists on getting his spectacles back, Roger kills Piggy with a rock. The deaths of both Simon and Piggy are thus attributable to Jack’s brutality which is due to the great change that has come over Jack during the period of his stay on the island. When Ralph has fled to save his life, Jack orders a thorough search for Ralph. He gets a stick sharpened at both ends, evidently to torture Ralph to death after Ralph has been seized.
They need the glasses to have a fire source for heat and a signal for help. In Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes, the quote, “Life in nature is nasty, brutish, and short” is an exact short summary of almost the whole book. Since the boys lost their innocence, they were starting to become Leviathan and started to kill things and not care or understand the government and why we needed it. The Leviathan government doesn’t have the fire because they went their own way and want their own power and no norms except to just have fun and not care, but now realize that they need it, so they take the power from the norm/try to get help/sustainable government. This is exactly the loss of innocence in the reversed Prometheus.
One of the most prominent times we see Hamlet’s anger is when he murders Polonius, the father to Ophelia, his lover, thinking that it was Claudius. He is arguing with his mother and things begin to get physical. Gertrude then calls out and so does Polonius, giving away his location behind the tapestry. Thinking it was the king in his wifes bedroom, Hamlet stabs the mystery person behind the curtain and unfortunately for Hamlet, it was
One of the days that they were on the island and they saw a ship sailing by which reminded them of fire however sadly the fire wasn’t lit . Ralph finds out that Jack and all his hunters were killing pigs instead of keeping the fire going on the mountains . This obviously in turned angered Ralph that they weren’t doing their job properly and he threw a tantrum on Jack. However, Jack never cared about getting rescued as he looked at the fire with a different aspect. This lined up democracy versus dictatorship war where he started using fire as a weapon by igniting the whole forest just to kill Ralph.
He is solidly relying on the wild and killing pigs to survive. He is no longer worried about being rescued; he is worried about being chief. He leads his new “tribe” in killing pigs and attacking the others. One night, he led some of his “tribe” to go attack the Ralph´s group in order to get Piggy’s glasses for their fire. Ralph, at this point, is furious.
In LOTF, evil begins to take over all the boys except Ralph who survives to the end and Simon and Piggy who get killed. In chapter two, a sudden fire breaks out on the island and ‘a tree exploded(explodes)… like a bomb.’ This simile ‘like a bomb’ shows the force of explosion and reminds the reader of the war in outside world. With the fire, ‘tall swathes of creepers rose for a moment into view, agonized, and went down again.’ The author’s use of personification of tree’s feeling allows the reader to sense the pain and agony of the nature, creating a foreboding sense of what will happen to the boys. This dominance is particularly evident as ‘a mile square of forest was savage with smoke and flame.’(Ch 2) By personifying the forest as ‘savage’, the reader can infer that the fire is symbolic of the spread of evil and savagery on the island. Nearing the end of the story, the fire engulfs the entire island when Ralph tries to escape from Jack’s tribe.
Piggy's arms and legs twitched a bit, like a pig's after it has been killed.” As the conch explodes, and one of the main defenders of democracy dies, so does society. The boys have lost all sense of civilization and society and have turned completely “savage” in their minds. Now being controlled with fear by Jack, they have no choice but to follow his orders. Jack yells at the boys “I’m warning you. I’m going to get angry.
In the myth of Cronus he ate his kids to keep power. In the myth of The Lightning Thief, The Big Three would destroy each other for power.
The significance of war in John Wade’s life, has deformed his present state of mind and diluted the clarity of his daily thoughts and actions. The horrific events he experienced caused a terminal disease, as evident by his spastic fits of yelling “Kill Jesus”, running in-and-out of the bedroom he shares with Kathy, kicking and screaming as if he was possessed by a devil, and his unstoppable quest to end any life in his presence. John decides to acheive this by killing all plants in his home. As he waits for the pot to boil, he imagines himself, “kicking and gouging. He’d go for the eyes.