Daedalus and Icarus Plot Diagram

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  • Exposition
  • Hello Daedalus and Icarus
  • Hello King Minos
  • The Island of Crete
  • Rising Action
  • Ahhhhh
  • Go you criminal
  • Grrrrrrrr
  • Rising Action
  • Squakkk
  • Can you spare me a feather.
  • King Minos , ruler of Crete , summoned the best inventor around ,Daedalus and his son Icarus , to build him a great castle and a labyrinth .
  • Climax
  • Daedalus wondered why the King wanted a maze , but Daedalus built it anyways.After it was finished Daedalus realized what it was for and tried to leave , but the King feared he would tell other people how to escape the great maze . So , the King locked up Daedalus and Icarus until they die.
  • Falling Action
  • My son
  • Daedalus and Icarus lived a good life there , but as prisoners , which made Daedalus deeply unhappy. So , he decided he had to leave , but how his son asked . Daedalus thought till he came to a brilliant idea . He will collect feathers to make wings and fly away.
  • Resolution
  • One year had passed since Daedalus thought of his idea and today he had just enough feathers to make two sets of wings.He used wax to apply the wings and then him and his son flew off , but Daedalus warned Icarus to not fly to close to the sun .Icarus didn't listen and flew to high.
  • No Icarus
  • Dumb sun I will get higher than you
  • The sun melted the wax on the wings and Icarus lost one of his wings . He started hurdling towards the sea below.The clouds , nor the seagulls could catch him.
  • Nooooo
  • The only thing Daedalus could do was watch his son plunge into the vast sea and all that was left of Icarus was a litter of feathers in the sea , floating .
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