"Him with the shell, Ralph! Ralph!" is what the boys shouted in the first chapter as they vote on a leader. Jack, the other boy who wanted to be leader received no votes. Ralph and Jack are two of the main characters in William Golding's novel, Lord of the Flies. Jack, who mistreats everyone on the island, only worries about hunting and does not think ahead. Jack is the worst person for the job of leading a bunch of kids. If the boys would have picked Jack as their leader, they would have all died before the rescue arrived.
Jack is a truculent and mean to almost everyone. One of the characters that Jack harasses the most is Piggy. Piggy is a fat, chubby, kid with glasses that is picked on constantly by Jack. Jack steals Piggy's glasses, alienates him in everything for example, hunting or touring the island.
Jack also does not care about the little ones on the island and ignores them whenever they were in need. Jack, of course, does not like anything about Ralph for many reasons. Jack is averse to Ralph because he becomes leader instead of him. Ralph also blames him for not lighting the signal fire or helping him with building the shelter. Jack also got carried away at the end of the book and almost tried to kill Ralph. Jack believed that Simon is the beast and needed to be killed, "I expect the beast disguised itself". Jack has virulent feelings for everyone on the island.
Jack is considered the main hunter in the book but, when you want to become a leader you must do more than just hunt. Jack has does not help with anything. Jack spends a long time in the forest by himself, skulking around. While in...