Lord of the Flies the Six Hunts

In the first hunt Simon and Ralph were trying to hold down the piglet for Jack to stab, but Jack, still civil, was not able to commit to the homicide, Jack then becomes obsessed afterwards with killing a pig Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 1: Simon, Jack, and Ralph find a piglet tangled in the creepers
Jack is slowly converting into his primal/savage self by stalking the pig like a predator, but Jack was still unsuccessful/not fully ready to get the pig; he is still obsessed with redeeming himself from the 1st hunt to kill a pig Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 3: Jack tracks a pig through the forest, but it gets away
Jack and his hunters hide under the mask and create this second identity were it’s ok to kill/not follow civilization rules/have a new confidence; the conversion to full savagery is nearing, since the boys lost their innocence in this killing and are now into “manhood”; when they left to go hunt and left the fire unattended and let the fire die causing the ship that was passing by to not notice the boys on the island; Jack punches Piggy; breaks Piggy’s glasses (only one good eye left) breaking civilty Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 4: Jack and his hunters kill their first pig
This hunt was the final barrier between civil to savage; how Jack and the hunters raped mother nature, killing a mother sow in front of her piglets; the head of the sow was used as an offering to the “beast”; the mother’s sows head is the physical manifestation of the “Lord of the Flies” the devil/evil Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 8: A mother sow is brutally slaughtered
In this hunt they are blinded by darkness and Simon is killed by this mob mentality, instead of the “beast”; after Simon’s murder, Jack and the hunters have all converted into complete savagery; all light, goodness, and innocence has left the island once Simon’s body was washed away into the ocean; Simon was trying to deliver the truth but then was killed (Christological representation) Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 9: “The beast” is killed on the beach
Ralph is being hunted by the complete savages now; Ralph relies son primal instinct as he were an animal prey hunted by animal predators; jack commands his hunters to kill Ralph because Ralph is the last source of civility and Jack wants complete savagery; Jack tries to use the fire to burn out Ralph but ends up attracted a military ship that rescues them Evaluate each hunt according to what negative changes occurred during or following it. Write a brief explanation for each: Chapter 12: Ralph becomes the prey of the hunters

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