Lord of the Flies by William Golding

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Give a detailed description of the relationship changes and new relationships in chapter 8 Lord of the Flies, with quotations. l

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Chapter 8 sees some real changes in the relationships in Lord of the Flies. The boys become divided and, despite an initial rejection of Jack's attempted take-over as leader

 most of them had slipped away to be with Jack

Ralph's group work even harder to ensure their rescue whereas Jack and his tribe want to hunt and have fun.

New levels of savagery develop in this chapter when Jack's tribe kill a pig. Leaving  an 'offering' for the beast is significant

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