The Other Woman

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Manuel healthy, younger years were marked by a succession of mistresses.
  • Climax
  • Cecilia, the wife had taken Loida, the harelip as a house help in a desperate hope that she would repel him.
  • Falling Action
  • Now Manuel is dying, his appearance a far cry from the lusty man he was once known to be and he has the ashen look of a corpse. Cecilia cares for him and she seldom goes out his room. For Cecilia, Manuel has finally became hers.
  • Resolution
  • Loida on the other hand had adopted an unservantly attitude. Suspicious of strangers and guests, she doesn't bother to hide her bitterness at the thought of Cecilia alone caring for Manuel and sleeping in a room with him.
  • In one of those rare times when Cecilia went out of the room, Loida screamed repeatedly.
  • Her screams sent Cecilia back to the room where she saw Loida holding the inert form of Manuel, screaming while tears flowed down her face, saliva flying from her mouth that he is hers too, that he loved her.
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