It was his first book and when it was published inhe was 43 years old. During the groups first ever meeting, Jack suddenly took out a knife from behind him and through it into a tree.
Both leaders, Jack and Ralph, experience leading the group in their own style, which is similar in their desire for control yet different …show more content… Jack is seen as a character that barely contributes to the needs and wants of the small community because he decides that it is tedious and he will have a better time trying to hunt down a pig.
The island is uninhabited, and characterized by a beach, jungles, orchards, and a rocky mountain. However, if I had to choose one of them to be leader I would select Ralph.
When Ralph came up with the idea of building a fire on the mountaintop, the group followed Jack up the mountain, and not Ralph.
Candles buds. Until Piggy correctly informed him, Ralph was oblivious to the fact that the plane they were in had crashed. There is no figure of authority on the island and as their delicate sense of order fades, their behaviour stats to take on a more savage significance. The book begins with Ralph and Piggy blowing the conch to call the other boys together to order and unity.
The two main leaders in the story, through their similar and different leadership characteristics and objectives fight back and forth to gain the discipline of the other boys on the island and generally the power to make the decisions that they feel should be made.