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Jack had gotten Sam n' Eric who were supposed to keep the fire going, to follow him and go hunt. Since there was nobody keeping the fire lit, there was no signal and the ship passed the island along the horizon and didn't see anything.

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Because of its appearance .trees trunks are rottan and it is a dark jungle

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because one side is calm and beautiful

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What ominous note does chapter 2 of Lord of the Flies end on?

To quote from the book...Ralph muttered the reply as if in shame. "Perhaps he went back to the, the---" Beneath them, on the unfriendly side of the mountain, the drum roll continued. This passage refers to the realisation that the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face is missing, presumably killed by the out of control fire buring on the unfriendly side of the mountain.


Which side of the island had a little bit of smoke in Lord of the Flies?

The only reference in Lord of the Flies that I can find which may be what you are refering to is, and I quote... The fire by the platform appeared to be out, or at least making no smoke. Further along the beach, beyond the little river and near a great slab of rock, a thin trickle of smoke was climbing into the sky. Simon forgetful of the flies, shaded his eyes with both hands and peered at the smoke..." This would indicate that the fire was on the same side of the island as the shelters and platform, which was the 'friendly' side of the island where the lagoon was enclosed by the coral reef.


How are lost and Lord of the Flies similar?

In order to achieve oneโ€™s aspiration or desire, it may be necessary for some to become ruthless and cruel. Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Lord of the Flies by William Golding both depict characters intent on achieving complete power over others by โ€˜removingโ€™ all obstacles in their way. Jack and Macbeth stand out in their ability to manipulate, demonstrating great skill in convincing other characters to commit atrocities for their own benefits. They share a common motivation, driven by ambition


In Lord of the Flies What did the boys want to do instead of going to the other side of the island to check the fire?

Instead of going to the other side of island to check the fire the boys want to make a fort. The boys also want to roll rocks.


What does Lord of the Flies teach you?

Lord of the Flies teaches us that there is a dark side to human nature and that every human possesses both good and evil within them. The book also teaches us just how easily a persuasive person can sway a percentage of the population and make them his obedient minions.

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In the book Lord of the Flies where does the parachuter land on the island?

in a tree on the far side of the island.


In Lord of the Flies where were the huts that Simon and Jack tried to build located?

The side of the island where the lagoon faces


What ominous note does chapter 2 of Lord of the Flies end on?

To quote from the book...Ralph muttered the reply as if in shame. "Perhaps he went back to the, the---" Beneath them, on the unfriendly side of the mountain, the drum roll continued. This passage refers to the realisation that the littlun with the mulberry coloured birthmark on his face is missing, presumably killed by the out of control fire buring on the unfriendly side of the mountain.


Which side of the island had a little bit of smoke in Lord of the Flies?

The only reference in Lord of the Flies that I can find which may be what you are refering to is, and I quote... The fire by the platform appeared to be out, or at least making no smoke. Further along the beach, beyond the little river and near a great slab of rock, a thin trickle of smoke was climbing into the sky. Simon forgetful of the flies, shaded his eyes with both hands and peered at the smoke..." This would indicate that the fire was on the same side of the island as the shelters and platform, which was the 'friendly' side of the island where the lagoon was enclosed by the coral reef.


For anyone who read Lord of the flies..... Why did things go bad on the island?

Things went bad on the island because of the dark side of human nature. With out civilization and grownups, most of the children grew wild and animal like.


How are lost and Lord of the Flies similar?

In order to achieve oneโ€™s aspiration or desire, it may be necessary for some to become ruthless and cruel. Macbeth by William Shakespeare and Lord of the Flies by William Golding both depict characters intent on achieving complete power over others by โ€˜removingโ€™ all obstacles in their way. Jack and Macbeth stand out in their ability to manipulate, demonstrating great skill in convincing other characters to commit atrocities for their own benefits. They share a common motivation, driven by ambition


In Lord of the Flies What did the boys want to do instead of going to the other side of the island to check the fire?

Instead of going to the other side of island to check the fire the boys want to make a fort. The boys also want to roll rocks.


How do reactions to the discovery of Castle Rock differ in the Lord of The flies?

One side of the island represents Ralph, it's calm and the more beautiful side, and the other side is where Jack and his tribe set up camp, it's the more aggressive side. These sides of the island each reflect Jack and Ralph's personalities and ways of leading.


What does Raplh represents in Lord of the Flies?

Ralph represents people's good intentions, the "good side" of people, opposite of Jack, who represents savagery and the "bad side".


What are clues jack finds that tell him he is on the trail of a possible kill in the lord of the flies?

A cracked twig and what might be the impression of one side of a hoof.


Describe the setting of the story Lord of the Flies by William Golding?

The book Lord of the Flies takes place on an unnamed tropical island. The island is superficially idyllic and provides the boys with a readily available supply of food, water and a warm climate. There is a convenient bathing pool, a mountain where the boys can light a signal fire and a 'platform' where they can hold meetings.


What does Lord of the Flies teach you?

Lord of the Flies teaches us that there is a dark side to human nature and that every human possesses both good and evil within them. The book also teaches us just how easily a persuasive person can sway a percentage of the population and make them his obedient minions.