The Question and Answer section for Lord of the Flies is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Jack represents an autocratic dictatorship. He has no interest in society or rescue. At first Jack seems content to hunt and play his quasi-war games. Later, like many emerging democracies, the military leader is not content to work in a...
This foreshadows his eventual murder in chapter 9.
Evil flourishes in confusion and disorder. The boys revert to their primal natures which include power, survival of the fittest, and fear. Empathy and civility take work and maturity. Most boys actually deconstruct themselves on the island.