The Monsters due on Maple Street: Theme

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  • " That doesn't prove a thing, Goodman!"
  • "That doesn't prove a thing. Any guy who'd spent his time looking at the sky early in the morin-well there's something wrong with that kind of person.Maybe under normal circumstances we could let it go, but these aren't normal circumstances." Charlie to Goodman
  • " I'm telling the truth Charlie. You have to believe me !"
  • " Go ahead Charlie tell us!"- Man 2
  • " Go ahead Charlie tell us."-Man 2 "It's the kid Tommy. He's the one!" -Charlie
  • " Its, its...... TOMMY. He's the one!"
  • "NO, IT WAS CHARLIE!"
  • "I tell you its the kid !"- Charlie " No, it's Charlie . He's the one!"-Don People shouted, accused, and screamed on Maple Street.
  • " IT WAS TOMMY!"
  • "IT WAS LESS GOODMAN!"
  • In this scene, the theme is to never judge a person by what they do. On Maple Street, Charlie says to Goodman that it's weird that he goes out early in the moring and looks up in the sky. This explains how Charlie judges Goodman about what he's doing is strange.
  • This picture explains the theme as to never blame innocent people when it comes to problems. Charlie blamed Tommy when Man 2 said who is it and Charlie didn't know what to say so, for him not to get blamed of he said that Tommy is the monster which isn't true. This means that Charlie lied and blamed innocent people such as Tommy.
  • The scene in this picture shows the theme as fear can lead to violence. The people on Maple Street are blaming others and getting worried because they don't know who the monster is and people are being bad to one another. People are stressed out on Maple Street which leads to brutal actions.
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