Under Jack's rule, the boys become uncivilized savages. It is obvious that Jack wants to be chief, but Ralph is chosen. This is why Jack gets the better half of the 2 groups. He knows that in order to stay civilized the boys need stability and order. On the other hand, Jack, was the least bit concerned with the signal fire. Jack claims killing the beast is impossible.
Ralph wins the boys respect from his natural leadership abilities. Ralph is friendly, and he is even generous towards. He believes that by having rules that it creates some sort of authority and civilization on the island. He wept for these things and of course for the loss of Piggy. Now I say we got to decide on what can be done. By using this method of bringing civilization to the island, the boys can thus remember what modern day society was like, and from then on can keep faith in themselves towards being rescued.
The island seemed like a wish come true for them. There are always people who, in a group, come out with better qualities as a leader than others. Jack: A Deadly Competition When it came time to choose a Chief for the island, Jack never guessed there would be any competition. From the above arguments, the fact that Ralph's society is better as a whole over Jack's was proven. He gives him advise and knowledge. During one day a ship passes by the island but does not notice them as the fire has been left to die out, Piggy blames Jack for letting the fire go out and then Jack punches Piggy and breaks one of his glasses lenses, this is one of the small steps to outlaw as back in the school no body would ever do anything like this. Anyone who wants to hunt when I do can come too.
Piggy is a fat boy and wears glasses. He desperately attempted to get the boys to build shelter, gather food, and perform other responsibilities necessary for their survival. He can hold it when he's speaking. Jack's tribe ended up bringing death to others, as they killed and destroyed things, putting no thought into what they did. He creates rules and a simple form of government to achieve this order. Jack fails to realize the boys need security, stability and order in their society. Ultimately, his ignorance was the tipping point for Ralph; Jack's lack of cooperation led to disunity on the island.
Within the story, the reader will learn that Ralph and Jack differ in their beliefs. Finally, in order to become an effective leader, you need a high level of maturity. Jack and Ralphs starts liking each other in the beginning, yet as the story unfolds it is easy to se that there is not a single drop of friendship left. The boys are easily swayed by his symbolic power and when it comes time to choose between Ralph and Jack, the majority of the boys rush to support Ralph as their leader. The first insight in to their rivalry is when Ralph announces they should vote for a chief. From the start, Ralph tries to keep the fire as the key-stone in the group. From that point on the feud grew.
Ralph: In the book Lord of the Flies, Ralph is the chief on the island. He can catch his own pigs. Here, invisible yet strong, was the taboo of the old life. Although Ralph may seem like the ideal leader, he lacks in many characteristics; the main one being intelligence. Only at the meetings, power is shown over others, as the person with the conch has the right to speak. William Golding tries to touch on some of these aspects of our civilization through the various characters he creates in his novel, Lord of the Flies.
William Golding, Lord of the Flies. The first person who Piggy encounters is Ralph and immediately he looks up to Ralph as a leader, and so Ralph looks down onto Piggy as he talks with a lower class accent and Ralph thinks that he is better than Piggy. The strongest of these people can often influence the weaker people into following them. This is what sets all the others out to kill Ralph at the end. In the early parts of the novel, the fact that the boys maintain the fire is a sign that they want to be rescued and return to society. This is done the same in normal civilization but by the voting process.
Finally, their styles of a totalitarian dictator versus a democratic leadership are very different. Throughout the novel Ralph has to depend on Piggy for ideas. He demonstrates obvious common sense. When he proposes to the group that he should be the new chief, they do not respond in his favor, and Jack runs away, hurt and rejected. He shows how jealousy and power affects a relationship. There was comfort in the chaos that Jack offered.
In the quote itself, Jack states that the others can go when he wants to go. I will cover in this what Ralph contributes to the plot of the… Lord of the Flies. He fantasizes about bathing and grooming. Music Credits, yo: Random uncredited piano music Smosh's Food Battle Music God Save the Queen; Philharmonica Orchestra Random Jazzy Elevator Music Shinedown-- Bully Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better-- Annie, Get Your Gun. By making the conch the ultimate power on the island, Ralph is trying to replace the missing authority, rules, and adults. The kids are literally desperate, but when they see their leader, Ralph, make all of these things that maximize their chance of being rescued, they start forgetting their hopeless fear and how they miss their parents.