A summer in a day

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  • Title
  • A summer in a day by Ray Bradbury
  • Exposition
  • Nice one.
  • Micheal!
  • you didn't write that!
  • Margot will you show us your speech about the sun?
  • the sun is like a flower that blooms for one hour.
  • Rising action
  • No it's not you don't remember!
  • what are looking at!?
  • speak when you are spoken to!
  • The sun is like a penny.
  • After the earth was over populated humans began to look for civilization an Venus.After finding refuge they created a civilization for years to come.Their was one down fall it would rain for 7 years, the sun would only come out for 2 hours after the 7 years.
  • Climax
  • Their was a girl named Margot she was quite different from other kids she was moved here from Earth the kids always thought of her different because she has seen the sun before.The children do not believe her.
  • Falling action
  • This is so cool! the sun!
  • Awsome!!!
  • Other kids would bully her because he did not believe her that she remembered.Margot remembered a time when their was the sun,The other kids were to young to remember what the sun looked like they were only 2 when the last sun came out.
  • Resolution
  • All the kids had enough of her nonsense so they put her in the locker so she could not see the sun.They locked the door and went to class.When the teacher came in she asked if everyone was here.They all said yes.
  • lets lock her in the locker before teacher comes!
  • No please don't.
  • yay!
  • For once in 7 years the sun started to rise.THey were exited and they asked if they could go outside now.The teacher said yes, they excitedly ran down the hallway and out through the doors.
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