The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street:Theme
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Don, Steve, and the group are suspicious about Les Goodman's car starting by itself. As the group is confused and eager to know if Les Goodman is the alien.
Charlie had just killed Pete Van Horne in thought that he was the alien. He then is accused by the group that he might be the alien because he was so quick to kill.
The group is violently pointing fingers and trying to find some kind of a scapegoat by throwing rocks at each other and shooting guns and useing hammers to breack houses
The scene in which Les Goodman's car starts by itself supports the theme that people are judgmental by pointing fingers, to find a scapegoat. For Les Goodman to be blamed, shows that people are very judgmental and easy to point fingers
People are so easy to point some kind of a fin
People can be desperate at times to find a scapegoat and it can sometimes even into violence and killing.
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