Roger and Maurice.
In Lord of the Flies Jack had two quests. First and foremost he wanted to be the leader, he wanted power over all of the boys on the island. Jack's second quest was to hunt and kill.
It was banned independent by many school districts over the years.
The pig's blood, which had spurted over his hands when he slit the sow's throat.
In order to achieve one’s aspiration or desire, it may be necessary for some to become ruthless and cruel. Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Lord of the Flies by William Golding both depict characters intent on achieving complete power over others by ‘removing’ all obstacles in their way. Jack and Macbeth stand out in their ability to manipulate, demonstrating great skill in convincing other characters to commit atrocities for their own benefits. They share a common motivation, driven by ambition
After their encounter with a boar, on their journey from castle rock to the mountain, the boys did a reenactment of a pig hunt with Robert playing the part of the boar. The boys got over excited and a little carried away, poking him with their spears and grabbing hold of his body and squeezing. The result was that Robert was physically hurt, terrified and in tears. When the game was over he rubbed his rump and complained "Oh, my bum!"
Percival, Henry and Johnnie.
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Piggy dies in Chapter 11 (Castle Rock), he dies by Roger throwing a giant boulder down the hill where it hits Piggy between his knee and his chin and knocks him unconscious and over the side of the mountain into the sea.
Roger knocks over the sandcastles.
"castle rock" the rock outcropping at one end of the island
Ralph says "Like icing, on a pink cake." In reference to seeing white sea birds nesting on a pink block of rock, which was 'sitting out in the lagoon.' This occured when Ralph went on an expedition to climb the mountain with Jack and Simon in chapter 1: The Sound of the Shell. The reference is near the bottom of page 27 in my edition of the book.
At the meeting in chapter 1 when Roger suggested that they should vote for a leader there were only two candidates; Ralph and Jack. The choir voted for Jack but the rest of the boys, who must have out numbered the choir, voted for Ralph and he was elected as the chief.
Piggy has the overprotective "Auntie"