After the boys have been on the island for some time, many of them begin to change and forget all they have learned during their upbringing, and even start to forget the difference between right and wrong. They start to ignore all of their original plans. Instead of focusing on providing necessities for everyone, and on getting rescued, they begin to go wild and start doing things they would normally not think of doing. Jack is the first of all the boys to drastically
Hayes 2 change and this leads many of the others to do the same. Jack decides to from his own tribe that will go against Ralph and everything he has planned or believed in.
Jack forms his own tribe with a great number of the boys on the island that were originally with Ralph, and they would rather focus on killing and hunting and going against Ralph. Unlike Ralph and Piggy, who remain civilized and keep their intentions good, these boys go against everything they had originally planned. Instead of focusing on getting off the island and remaining civilized by maintaining food and shelter for everyone, they turn to complete savages. Jack says "The desire to squeeze and hurt was over-mastering." Which shows how violent be has become. They even decide to make an attack on Ralph and his tribe to take Piggy’s glasses. They completely go against Ralph and anyone with him, and these boys will do whatever it takes to get what they want. All the boys apart of Jack’s tribe have forgotten everything that they have been taught, they forget to treat each other with respect, and forget how to help one another just as they were taught to do as kids. The boys on Jack’s side begin to kill more than just animals on the island; they even start killing other kids apart of Ralph’s tribe. Killing another person on the island would never cross Ralph’s mind as he would much rather focus on survival, and getting off the island
The main cause of all this chaos and killing on the island is human nature. This book tells us a lot about human nature and provides many