Spill his blood! Do him in!” (168). By becoming so carried away and building up such desire to kill, the boys mistake Simon for the beast and murder him instantly. Finally, the boys’ savagery is also portrayed in the murder of Piggy. Nobody was allowing Piggy the opportunity to speak his mind, disregarding any of his opinions.
The head of the pig was on a spear as an “offering” to the beast. Close the end of the novel, it is obvious that there is no hope for the boys to be innocent again. They were trying to kill each and also, some got killed. In chapter 11, Roger rolled a boulder down a hill during a feud and killed piggy. In chapter 10, Simon tries to tell the other boys that the real beast is their own selves, while at the same time they are screaming, "Kill the beast!
Despite all this, he goes up the mountain & ,discovers that the beast is in fact just a man. Then he vomits and staggers down the mountain. By now, Ralph and Piggy (both rather ravenous) are attending a big party that Jacki is throwing. Simon, still bloody, sweaty, and covered in puke, stumbles down into the center of the crazed boys, tries to tell them about the beast, but he is unrecognizable and the boys jab at him with their spears until he is dead. Again, the boys are portrayed as savage animals.
Stanley's animalistic personality is revealed many times throughout the play. His brutal and violent behaviour is shown through the way he treats people, through the way characters describe him, they way he intents to hurt stella and bring his sister in-law to ruins. Stanley portrays himself as a caveman rather than a civil human being. His actions are also uncouth, the first time we see him in the play he is bringing his kill home from the super market. He also yells out meat when he yells out to his wife stella.
‘You knew, didn’t you? I’m part of you?’”(133). After the conversation with the Lord of the Flies, Simon goes unconscious, when Simon wakes up, he runs to the camp to tell everyone what he had just encountered. It was raining and there was thunder and lightning, thinking Simon is the beast, the boys deliriously murder him, “At once the crowd surged after it, poured down the rock, leapt on to the beast, screamed, struck, bit, tore. There were no words, no movements but the tearing of teeth and claws” (141).
In the act of the joke that they was doing on Tony they quickly realized that this was not Tony’s at all. It belonged to one of the town’s hoodlums. Upset that he was interrupted the hood starts a fight with boys. As struggle goes on, the narrator hits the hoodlum with a tire iron and it seems that he has killed him. Inflamed by the realistic thought of the murder of a man.
Underlines Jack’s lust for blood & killing. ‘He looked in astonishment no longer at himself but at an awesome stranger.’ The reader now starts to see how Jack is turning into a devilish figure. His new painted face can now tempt people to do things at his command. LOST ALL INNOCENT AND IS COMPLETELY SAVAGE. " Kill the pig, cut her throat, spill the blood' We first hear this when Jack as his hunters kill their first pig.
Protecting his friend from harm, Johnny kills Bob with a switchblade. Because of the situation the boys had put themselves into, they needed to protect themselves. In The Outsiders, after the boys are dead everyone realizes what a horrible mistake was made. It ends up being too late to fix it, so they had to run and hide from the police. They are
Piggy’s name suggests that he will be a victim of the beast. Not the beast the boys on the island fear, but the beast within the boys themselves. The author is saying through Piggy that because they kill and eat the pigs they become the beast. Ralph prays to the adult world to send them something from the grownups: a sign. His prayer is answered by a dead parachutist, a casualty of war from the fighting going on in civilized society.
Grendel comes up from the misty hills moving quickly to Herot to feast. Filled with hatred knowing a soldier is going to be killed. He sits and watches Beowulf's men and snatches one of the helpless sleep soldiers. Beowulf awakens and react fast to one of his men being slaughtered. They fight for so long Beowulf tears his arm off in combat and Grendel takes his arm and runs runs to hishome, the marshes and later dies.