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  • Exposition
  • There was a park on my right side, If I went through the park I could just make it. I turned onto the gravel path that led diagonally across the park.
  • Inciting Incident
  • "Leave the kid alone"
  • Rising Action
  • "You know nothing about it......nothing about what happened there do you?"
  • It was the beginning of spring and the wind was bitterly cold, it was getting dark and the time was tight. Ian Blackburn was walking to his "interview" at the club. This is the first scene in the book.
  • Climax
  • "People don't know, or if they knew they've forgotten. I shouldn't have walked away like that. You did nothing wrong it just brought back memories...things I didn't want to think about"
  • It was already dark. Ian was walking in the park in his way to the club when two teenagers tried to stole Ian's belongings but Jacques saved him. This is the first exiting scene where he meets Jacques.
  • Falling Action
  • " Eon, I don't have to talk. I don't want to talk. Maybe it's time that I should talk. Maybe it's not too soon any more".
  • Ian has to do an interview to Jacques but it doesn't go well and thanks to this Ian starts to search about Rwanda and homeless people.
  • Resolution
  • "There was this man and he was walking along the beach....."
  • It was dark and cold but Ian had to talk to Jacques so he goes to the park and he finds Jacques and he tells Ian everything about Rwanda. This is the climax because here is where Ian wants to do something that would change the story.
  • It was the middle of the night and Berta and Ian couldn't sleep so they decide to drink milk and here's where Berta tells Ian what happened in her pass.
  • It was Sunday morning and Berta took Ian to the church where he meets Eduardo and he tells Ian something that would help him to change Jacques life.
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