Character Development of Piggy
Avery Goforth and Autumn Jones
"I don't care what they call me," he said confidentially, "so long as they don't call me what they used to call me in school."
Ralph was faintly interested.
"What was that?"
The fat boy glanced over his shoulder, then leaned toward Ralph.
"They used to call me Piggy!" (1.65-70)
What qualities does Piggy lack that keeps him from being a leader and does he begin to develop any of these throughout the novel?
How would things have been different if Piggy hadn't have been killed?
Does Piggy ever truly lose sight of right and wrong?