Lord of the Flies
Character Analysis/ Jack
Jack was careless
Jack was also aggressive
Jack was also a killer
Jack was a innocent little kid, a geek, and ended up turning into an animal
The island contains thick jungle and dense undergrowth with plentiful food on offer through wild fruit and pigs which roam. Most of of the story centres around the white beach at the lagoon area on the island.
"William Golding was born in his grandmother's house, 47 Mountwise, Newquay, Cornwall and he spent many childhood holidays there. He grew up in Marlborough, Wiltshire, where his father (Alec Golding) was a science master at Marlborough Grammar School. Alec Golding was a socialist who advocated science inspired rationalism, and the young Golding and his elder brother Joseph attended the school where his father taught, His mother, Mildred (Curnoe), kept house at 29, The Green, Marlborough, and was a campaigner for female suffrage. In 1930 Golding went to Brasenose College, Oxford, where he read Natural Sciences for two years before transferring to English Literature.
Golding took his B.A. degree with Second Class Honours in the summer of 1934, and later that year a book of his Poems, was published by Macmillan & Co, with the help of his Oxford friend, the anthroposophist Adam Bittleston.