The 13 th Chapter The boat had the island with all the kids except the deceased. On the boat ride home there was very little conversation on the boat except for the officers repeating the same question over and over again; “weren’t there more of you kids, what happened to the rest of you.” Everybody was rather silent and didn’t really cooperate with the superiors. Ralph was still frightened by what Jack might do to him if he ever told about what happened on the island. There were many officers on the boat so Ralph wasn’t really worried about Jack at the time. All Ralph could think about was how excited he was to see his parents again.
The only noises on the boat besides the officers were the little uns who were also excited to see their parents after being seperated for such a long time. All the sudden the conversation thickened when a bomb went off right beside the boat. Later the officers had realized that there was a hole on the bottom of the boat and were unable to stop to stop the huge amounts of water that were getting in the boat. They decided to abandon the boat. Everybody got in the life rafts and watched the boat slowly sink till there was nothing left to watch.
After a few days at sea the kids and officers land on an island. As soon as they land on the island Jack and his “group” get together and tie up the officers with vines on the local trees. This is Ralph’s worst nightmare come true. After they are done Jack tells Ralph, “either your part of the group or your an outsider and that my group will hunt you for the rest of your life.” Ralph is thinking that this is great because they will forget everything that ever happened on the first island. He decides to join there group. For the rest of their lives they lived on that island without anybody ever finding them.
Lord Of The Flies is possibly one of the most complex novels of the twentieth century. This complexity and depth is evident when the characters are compared to the psychological teachings of Freud. The book shows examples of this psyche in the characters Jack, Piggy and Ralph and how they change during their time on the island. Towards the end of the eighth chapter it became very apparent that ...
They hunted pigs like the other island and they also are fruit like the other island. Decades passed and eventually the men ran out of wild pigs and fruit. The men turned t words cannibalism. They slowly killed off each other one by one until there was only one person left which was Jack. In the long run all the pain and suffering he caused to others, he died the worst and most painful death, starvation. All that was left were piles of bones from the deceased and nobody ever found that island or the kids, or should you say men..