Lord of the Flies


(chapter 3) what is the change in jacks personality in the beginning of the chapter

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Jack is obsessed with killing a pig. Jack scans the oppressively silent forest, looking for pigs to hunt. A bird startles him as he progresses along the trail. He examines the texture of vines ("creepers") to determine whether or not pigs have run through that section of the brush. Jack appears to have taken up his role as group hunter with zeal, and he at least has become talented at tracking pigs in the dense brush.