Roger is first shown crushing sandcastles and throwing rocks (aiming to miss) at littl'uns. Then, as the novel progresses, he leans on the lever that sends a boulder down Castle Rock (aiming to hit) and killed Piggy. His final, and most disturbing, display of cruelty is when he, "sharpened a stick at both ends." This signifies that he was ready to murder Ralph, cut his throat, and put his decapitaited head on the stick as an offering to Satan.
roger buys henry a new ferrari
Henry is watching small transparent sea creature and making impressions in the sand into which seawater and transparent creatures can flow. In effect he is trying to exert control over the transparent creatures.
It seems to mean that Jack's presence was drawing out the evil in Roger.
Roger and Maurice.
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He pushes a huge boulder onto Piggy which knocked the conch out of Piggy's hand causing the conch to break and also caused Piggy to die.
Percival, Henry and Johnnie.
Henry Clay proposed the comprimise of 1850
Roger Woolley has written: 'The fly-fisher's flies' -- subject(s): Artificial Flies, Flies, Flies, Artificial
Roger Gard has written: 'Henry James-- the Portrait of a lady' 'James' \\' 'Henry James'
Roger is probably the personification of pure evil.
Roger is described as being a questionable and seedy character at the beginning of the book. He is also generally mean, he destroys the "littluns" and throws rocks at Henry (missing on purpose).
Roger is still controlled by the civilization imprinted into him by people in authority. Although nobody is there to get him into trouble, he is so used to getting in trouble for doing something like that, and doesn't actually hit Henry.
At the beginning of Lord of the Flies three of the littluns Johnny, Henry, and Percival are playing a game that involves the sandcastle they built. Roger and Maurice run out of the forest and stomp on the sandcastle. The are bullying the kids just because the kids are beneath them. Maurice throws sand in Percival's eyes. Initially Maurice feels guilty but he gets over the guilty feeling. Roger, although aiming to miss, throws stones at Henry. Although he never hits Henry, he just does it to be mean.