Lord of the Flies

lord of the flies

jack and ralph have very differing views on the hunters. how does ralph view them and how does jack view them?

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Jack sees the hunters the most powerful, exciting, and dynamic group to be a part of, especially as the group's leader. Ralph, on the other hand, sees the act of hunting as a distraction. He isn't against a faction of the boys looking and hunting for food..... he just wants everyone to get their priorities straight. Shelter and fresh water should have been the first order of business instead of hunting.