Lord of the Flies Essay | Lord of the Flies: Description of the Four Main Characters

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Lord of the Flies: Description of the Four Main Characters

Summary: Essay discusses the four main characters in William Golding's "The Lord of the Flies."
Jack seems to be a power-hungry person. His physical height and authority matches his arrogant personality. He is a dictator, forcing obedience from his choir. He expresses his desire to be Chief on the island and speaks out immediately when the idea of having one is mentioned. "I ought to be chief...because I'm chapter chorister and head boy." He is unable to contain his need for leadership even under the leadership of Ralph, and he suggested the implementation of rules to regulate themselves. He also shows his impoliteness towards Piggy by calling him various names and frequently telling him to "Shut up, Fatty." Yet, even though he was so unpleasant in character, he is still bound by the laws of a civilized society, and when he crosses path with the first pig, his lack of courage and his conscience...

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