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  • 1. Exposition
  • 2. Rising Action
  • COME ON YOU CAN DO IT!
  • 3. Climax
  • BROTHER DON'T LEAVE ME!
  • In the exposition, Doodle was born. His family was very concerned about him because he was red and he was very small.
  • 4. Falling Action
  • DOODLE WHERE ARE YOU?
  • In the rising action, Brother is trying to teach Doodle how to walk. He is doing this besides the fact of his illness and is basically doing it for himself. He was ashamed of having a crippled brother.
  • 5. Resolution
  • In the climax, Brother leaves Doodle alone in the storm. At first, Doodle kept up with him but when he started jogging, Doodle fell. Brother decided to not go back and help him but to continue running.
  • 6. Conflict (Man Vs Nature)
  • COME ON YOU HAVE TO SWIM
  • In the falling action, Brother goes back and tries to find Doodle. He does not hear him respond to him or even say anything. He found him beneath a red nightshade.
  • In the resolution, Brother realizes that Doodle was dead. Brother lifted up Doodle's head and saw that he was bleeding from his neck. Brother cried and was shaking him, and then covered him from the storm.
  • During one of the conflicts (Man vs. Nature), Brother is trying to teach Doodle how to swim. Like with the walking, he is mostly doing it for himself, not for Doodle. He set his deadline for him to learn less than a year away.
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