Who says conch conch we dont need the Conch anymore?
People also ask, why does Jack say they don't need the Conch anymore?
Jack says the conch is no longer necessary because "they" know who to listen to and who to allow to speak because he is worth listening to.
Furthermore, what happens to the conch in Chapter 6? To me, the significance of the conch changes when they argue over whether Jack should be quiet while someone else has the conch. Before, the shell was the symbol of authority and the rules. So now the significance of the conch is that it is a symbol of the conflict between the hunters and Ralph's group.
Likewise, what does Jack say about the conch in Chapter 9?
In chapter 9, Ralph and Piggy attend Jack's feast at the other end of the island, and Jack asks if any of Ralph's followers will join his tribe. When Ralph challenges Jack by saying that he possesses the conch, Jack responds by saying, You haven't got it with you . . . You left it behind.
What chapter does Jack break the conch?
Ralph, who hears the rock falling, dives and dodges it. But the boulder strikes Piggy, shatters the conch shell he is holding, and knocks him off the mountainside to his death on the rocks below. Jack throws his spear at Ralph, and the other boys quickly join in.