Sorry, Right Number - Richie Aiello
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I tell you it was someone in my family and she sounded-oh, you don't understand. (King, 161)
And so we commit the earthly remains of Willam Weiderman to the ground, confident of his spirit and soul. Be ye not casr down, brethren... (KIng 165)
Yes. Someone in my family. Someone very close. Me. (King, 170)
In the beginning of the story, Katherine recieved a call from someone that sounded familiar to her. This moment is very impotant because it established the conflict. The conflict was that the family was not able to figure out who made the mysterious phone call.
Bill dying was a very impactful moment in the stroy because it adds more mysteriousness to the situation. This part of the story is important because it draws the reader into suspense. This scene has the audience wondering what will happen next.
When Katherine realizes that she was the person calling on the phone, it caused a wave of realization. This scene was important to the story because it resolved the conflict. This scene allowed the audience finally be able to comprehend with the end result of the story.
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