Unfortunately Jack takes over the island leading everyone to do what he says because of the ear he instills in everyone. Jack can be described as stern but civilized. He is described as,’thin and bony; his hair was red beneath his black cap. His face was crumpled and freckled, and with UT silliness. Out of this face stared two light blue eyes, frustrated now, and Turing, or ready to tour n, to anger” (Gilding 20). His appearance shows that he is an authoritative figure, ever sin CE he emerged from the scar he has lead his choir boys like a true natural leader.
Jack’s lead reship is hindered by his arrogance he believes that he should be the chief of the island for abs d reasons he whines, ” ought to be chief because I’m the chapter chorister and head boy. Can sing C sharp” (20). Jack does not become the leader of the island because of his child sis actions, he may Disarranging 2 be a good choir boy but he does not look out for anyone but himself. Jack doe s not have the title of chief on the island but he can still push around his choir boys he shouts, “C hair stand still! ” (20). The choir follows Jack’s every single request, he has a strange power over his boys.
That power could be used in a good or evil way but how he chooses to use it is his decision. As time goes on, on the island Jack begins to change. He turns into a savage a ND wants nothing but to hunt and run around wild and freely. He is no longer taking HTH nags seriously, everything is a joke to him, even hunting. He grins, “Look. He giggled and flick De them while the boys laughed at his reeking palms. Then Jack grabbed Maurice and rubber d the stuff over his cheeks” (135). Jack and his choir boys are now the official hunters of the island so they have no cares in the world except killing pigs.
Jack has also lost all respect for the rules of the island; even though he came up with them. He breaks off into his own tribe that is us possessed ‘fun’ the tells the boys, “Listen all of you. Me and my hunters, we’re living along the BEA chi by a flat rock. We hunt and feast and have fun. If you want to join my tribe come and see us. Perhaps I’ll let you join. Perhaps not” (140). Jack has lost himself to the savage life. He does n tot care about what the chief has to say anymore, he basically unofficially declares himself c hive of his own clan.
Jack has become his own worse enemy,”The two savages looked at each other, raised their spears together and spoke in time,the chief has spoken”‘(141 ). If Jack would r legalize the horrible mistake he is making, he would act very differently on the island. He would fool low the rules and follow Ralph requests. If he knew he would become this savage person he w loud have made a better decision between civilization and savagery. At the end of the novel Jack is completely savage and power hungry. Jack con rolls everyone on the island, and that exactly what he wanted.
He did everything n his power to get Disinflation 3 to gain control he even had Roger kill Piggy without a thought. When Piggy is killed Jack yells wildly at the group,”See? See? That’s what you’ll get! I meant that! The conch is gone… Lam chief! “(1 81). Jack has Roger kill off Piggy because that is the only person left on Rally’s side. Jack wants Ralph to be alone so he has no followers. Jack gained these followed RSI because everyone is afraid of him and what he would do to them. When Sameness are tied up on the ground Jack is yelling at the boys,” What duo mean by not joining my tribe?… He yelling ceased, and Sameness lay looking up in quiet terror” (182). Jack feeds off of the fear he instills in people. He thinks that if people are afraid Of him that they will follow him but his followers are tot true followers they just want him to think that they are so he leaves them alone. Jack tries to kill Ralph so he can be the only leader on the island but he does not succeed. While Ralph is in hiding he thinks to himself,”These painted savages would go further and fourth re. There was that indefinable connection between himself and Jack; who therefore would never let him alone; ever” (184).
Jack may have gone completely savage but Ralph can see that the re is something still left in him. Jack has a lasting impact on everyone around him. He will never r be the same boy he was when he crashed on that island, even after being rescued by the n vale officer, and he realizing that he was never the true leader of the island that Ralph was all this time because he remained civilized throughout the whole time on the island, where Jack did no Fortunately Jack becomes humbled when the naval officer appears and rescue sees him from his daydream.
Jack went from being this innocent young boy to a ruthless Tara NT in a short period Of time, and even though he was acting that way there was still a small bit Of I innocence left in him. Jack thought by eliminating all the powerful people in his way that it wool d help him rise to rower, but it did not By doing all those cruel things it just made people afraid of him, so they Disinflation 4 followed without agreeing with him. He was never a true leader, though he the ought he was.