The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street: Theme
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Fear and suspicion are destructive forces
Evidence 1: Charlie shot Pete Van Horn.
The citizens attack Charlie with a rock.
The town kills itself off.
Explanation of evidence: The scene in which Charlie killed Pete Van Horn supports the theme that fear and suspicion are destructive forces because he was afraid of what was walking towards them so he shot it, only to find out that it was Pete.
The scene in which the town turns on Charlie supports the theme that fear and suspicion are destructive forces because the town was suspicious about him so they attacked.
The scene in which the town kills itself off supports the theme that fear and suspicion are destructive forces because the citizens were very suspicious and afraid of each other so they killed each other.
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