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Defining Moments in Jack Character
Transcript of Defining Moments in Jack Character
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Jack spoke out against the conch and Ralph at the assembly. They were discussing the beast and Jack said, "The thing is - fear can't hurt you any more than a dream. There ain't any beast to be afraid of on this island." Page 82 and 83. This didn't affect Jack in a good way or a bad way.
On page 134 Jack and his hunters come across a mother pig and her piglets and they decide to kill it. this improved Jacks character for his tribe because he looks fierce and strong.
Defining moment 2
In the book, Jack let a pig go in the first chapter. From then on he is determined to avenge himself. On page 70 and 71 he finally killed a pig. He was so excited to tell everyone but his excitement was ruined when he learned that a boat had passed by. This affect Jack in a good way because the littleuns and the biguns see him as a good leader and a cool person.
By: Marcus Bleazard
Defining Moments in Jacks Character
In the book, Lord of the Flies, after Jacks triumph of killing a pig he learns that the fire he was supposed to watch over went out and a ship passed by. Ralph and Piggy accused him of being irresponsible by letting the fire go out. Jack turned and hit Piggy and broke his glasses (page 71). This affected Jack in a negative way because he will be looked at as mean and bad.