What Is Jack Quotes In Lord Of The Flies

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Jack’s Way “Evil is done without effort, naturally, it is the working of fate.”- Charles Baudelaire In the book The Lord of The Flies by William Golding, many young boys land on an island after a plane crash during World War II causing the evil in each other to come out and separate the kids into two different tribes eventually causing a war between themselves. Jack demonstrates the evil of a powerful and hungry dictator. Jack’s vicious characteristics cause him to make his own tribe, kidnap and torture samneric, and also rallying his tribe to kill Simon. When Jack is not elected chief he decides to make his own tribe. Jack’s evil heart separates the group into his own tribe so he can be crowned king. When Ralph is elected chief on the island, Jack is angered when he cannot be the leader. Jack is determined and decides to make his own tribe where he can be the leader. Jack then yells, “I’m going off by myself. He can catch his own pigs. Anyone who wants to hunt when I do can come too” (116). This quote explains how Jack has had enough of Ralph’s control and how he has left the group and hopes to have followers. It is greatly representing Jack’s jealousy and wanting of dictatorship. Although Jack tries to separate the group into two tribes, he also takes action by kidnapping samneric. …show more content…
When Simon finds out about the beastie, he goes and tries to tell the others, but what he doesn’t know is that when he reaches Jack’s tribe they are going to attack him and eventually kill him. When Simon comes out from the woods, Jack’s tribe is chanting, “Simon was crying out something about a dead man on a hill. Kill the beast! Cut his throat! Spill his blood! Do him in!...There were no words, and no movements but the tearing of teeth and claws” (139). This shows Jack’s evil side by not even knowing what he was attacking, but killed Simon just for the fun and to make sure he had followers. All these examples show how Jack has changed from innocence into an evil

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