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Alive: The Story of the Andes Survivors Setting & Symbolism

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Fairchild

Airplane owned by the Uruguayan Air Force and chartered by the rugby team for its trip to the rugby tournament.

Montevideo, Uruguay

Home to the majority of the travelers on the Fairchild, the plane which also departed from this city.

Santiago, Chile

Destination for the rugby team traveling on the Fairchild.

Stella Maris College

A school for boys between the ages of nine and sixteen. It was founded in opposition to the local public schools and the private school taught by Jesuits. The Christian Brothers who taught at the school introduced the boys to the game of rugby. The boys took a liking to the game ,and, after graduation, they created a competitive alumni team.

Fuselage

The fuselage was the survivors' only protection. It was the remnants of the plane (its wings and tail fell elsewhere) in which the survivors slept.

Andes mountains

The mountain range in...

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