Golding portrays this in Jack's actions and dialogue. Jack exclaims “We’ll have rules!” he cried excitedly. “Lots of rules! Then when anyone breaks ‘em-”“Whee-oh!”“Wacco!”“Bong!”“Doink!. Jack gets excited by the idea of punishing the one of the boys for breaking the rules. Which is ironic due to Jack being one of the first ones to break one of Ralph's rules. During Jack's time as the leader of the new group of savages, the power had gotten to his head. He had given out punishments to the boys for no apparent reason other than to assert his authority his status as the new leader. This portrays Jack as a bad leader or a dictator who does not view everyone as an equal. This is important in our world as savagery and ‘brute force’ is being idolised in our world today. Many if not all the characters in the “Lord of the Flies” have some aspect of human nature.
Characters in the novel “Lord of the Flies” highlight aspects of human nature. Many if not all reveal something about human nature. 3 main characters that highlight aspects of human nature are, Simon, Ralph and