Then Jack found the throat and the hot blood spouted over his hands. Furthermore, the evil within the boys is also seen when the beast takes a physical form as the Lord of the Flies. Ralph realizes that he is rescued and will return to civilization but that does not bring him joy, but instead sadness. Now it is clear that Jack is obsessed with hunting because of his primitive instincts and has nothing to do with providing nourishment for the group. The sow collapsed under them and they were heavy and fulfilled upon her. Source: Beelzebub Revisited; Lord of the Flies Jacks hatred of Ralph emerges fully.
I agree with Hamlet; sources would greatly improve this answer. Yet like the atomic bombs destroying the world around the boys' island, fire is a technology that threatens destruction if it gets out of control. The hunt is no longer about just having meat to eat—it's about literally bathing in their power over a helpless animal. It is probably a combination of a number of things. Jack sways the crowd by having them engage in a tribal dance.
Piggy's arms and legs twitched a bit, like a pig's after it has been killed. Golding seemed to believe that mankind was doomed. All that makes sense to him is his own need to control others and impose himself, and hunting, because it is a kind of power assertion. However, Jack still feels a threat to his dominance. If it's yours, then that's the right one, because what's in a book is not what an author thought he put into it, it's what the reader gets out of it. Jack loves the idea of spending time on the island without any supervision.
Before in the novel, Jack says that hunting is necessary to provide meat for the group. Lord of the Flies also shows that humans are self-serving, looking out for themselves and that sometimes it is necessary to be corrupt to survive. Fancy thinking the Beast was something you could hunt and kill! Hitler manipulated his soldiers, and alters their thinking. As the novel progresses, a struggle for power between Ralph and Jack takes place. Roger represents the sadist, the individual who enjoys hurting others. Ralph thinks he can wrestle power back from Jack by reminding the hunters that they have no shelter. When the naval officer asks who is in charge, Jack starts to step forward to challenge Ralph's claim of leadership but is stopped perhaps by the recognition that now the old rules will be enforced.
There isn't a tribe for you anymore! It was about a group of boys stranded on an island. About the fire, I mean. As a result, an irreversible split forms between Ralph and Jack. Then any interpretation you like. He just gives orders and expects people to obey for nothing. So, he asks one them to hunt for food instead. Evil existed within the boys and was the reason why they were slowly descending into savagery.
His tears cause the other boys to weep as well. However, the novel symbolizes much more than that. Similarly, Jack is doing the same thing. The clear water mirrored the clear sky and the angular bright constellations. He realises that in order to survive, he could not always do the correct thing. Excerpt from William Golding's essay Fable, given as a lecture in Calafornia, 1962.
The fire symbolizes civilization and good within the boys, and later in the story the fire being let out symbolized the evil and savagery that is developed on the island. No matter how much Ralph attempts to assuage their fears about the Beastie, the group of boys still fear it. Jack uses the threat of the beast as a means to manipulate others into giving him power. The spear moved forward inch by inch and the terrified squealing became a high-pitched scream. The change from civilized to savage happens slowly.
Quote: Jack was the first to make himself heard. Hunting To begin with, inner evil exists within the boys—as expressed through hunting— leading to hostility and inhumanity. You keep to your end. Even when he in unsuccessful he attempts to impose his own rules, by saying 'the conch doesn't count here' … on the mountain top, until over ruled by Ralph. The tube has crash landed in the jungle of a tropical island, and the plane has flown off in flames.