Why Does Simon's Death Occur, What Effect Does It Have On The Others And Why Is It Important?
The lead up to Simon's death begins with the splitting of the tribe. Some stayed with Ralph, the more responsible and humane but also the original leader and some left their leader to join Jack the hunter, a savage boy who was only interested in his hunting, not in being rescued however was, at the beginning, a
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had killed then people would probably have left his tribe and returned to Ralph.
It certainly made the boys begin to realise what they were living in and had some strange consequences. They were more calm and mature, they had to try to be more humane and friendly, however, this did not stop Piggy from being killed later on in the book. Jacks tribe were still brutal, savage and murderous, they never learnt their lesson.