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Yes they are. While Raplh is running for his life, he runs to the beach where a Naval Officer is waiting. The Naval ship had seen the flames and smoke coming from the island, and came to see what was happening.

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The boys were on a transport plane evacuating from their boarding school and were shot down (during wartime) over the ocean. Their plane crash landed in a dense jungle region on a deserted island. Many of the boys become separated from each other after the wreck, which killed the pilot and copilot. This meant that the boys were on their own and had to develop their own society to survive.

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No, The mulberry marked boy dies in an accidental fire, Simon is beaten to death and Piggy is crushed by a giant rock. They also attempt to hunt down and kill Ralph. However, a naval officer arrives in time to save Ralph and he takes them all awa y (and presumably back home). This is really quite lucky, as the savages had set the who jungle on fire and if the naval officer had not arrived all the animals anf fruit they could have eaten would have been charcoal, so they would have starved to death.

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The book supposedly took place during the time of World War II.A group of school boys were being evacuated to Australia.They were going over the Pacific Ocean, when one of the engines broke on their plane. They fell from the sky and landed on the island. The place where the plane landed is called the "scar" because the damage that the plane left when it crashed symbolizes a part of the forest that was once just as dense as the rest of the forest until the plane crashed and left fallen trees and ruin behind it.The part of the forest was ruined like a scar would ruin your skin.

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Yes all the children survived the plane crash as far as we know, but none of the adults did.

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Yes. The book ends with a British pilot landing on the island, just before Jack and the rest of the children kill Ralph.

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it is World War 2 and the kids were on a british plane that crashed on an island. the kids lived but the pilot died.

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Their plane crashed onto the island and all of the adults that were on the plane die.

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Good Question, all of them I believe.

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Do the kids ever get off of the island in lord of the flies?

Yes, in "Lord of the Flies," the kids are eventually rescued off the island by a naval officer who spots the chaos and destruction that has taken place among the boys. The arrival of the officer signifies the rescue and return to civilization for the surviving children.


What does Ralph consider their primary objective in Lord of the Flies?

To get rescued.


What happen at the end of Lord of the Flies?

They get rescued and the adults indifference show how little they think of the kids brutal experience, because we are all a bunch of savages, even the proper British kids.


What happens in lord of the flies chapter 7?

What is discouraging Ralph in regard to being rescued?


What was William Goldings follow up to The Lord of the Flies?

Emperor of the Flies, it explores what would have happened if the boys were not rescued.


What does Ralph plan to do to help the boys get boys get rescued lord of the flies?

make a fire on the hill.


Do the boys want to be rescued in the lord of the flies?

in the beggining, yes. towards the end, their attitudes change


Why is piggy's death important in Lord of the flies?

because they need rescued and when piggy was there he made an effort to the make fire. and he help to Ralph for rescued and he was for Ralph mate.


Do you think that the boys are safe now that the navy has rescued them in the lord of the flies?

No, the boys will never be safe from themselves


Who rescued the boys of Lord the Flies?

Jack volunteers his hunting group to watch.


What is the name of the movie about the kids that survive on an island?

"The Blue Lagoon" (1980) "Lord of the Flies" (1990), (1963)


Why did the author have the boys rescued at the end of the book lord of the flies?

The author, William Golding, chose to have the boys rescued at the end of "Lord of the Flies" to show that there is still hope for humanity despite the darkness and savagery that can reside within individuals. It emphasizes the contrast between civilization and savagery, and the potential for redemption and salvation.