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  • Charlie, Steve, and Les are involved in this scene. Charlie is saying that either Les or Steve is responsible and that one of them will have to talk. This takes place in front of Les Goodman´s house after his car turned on by itself and everyone is suspicious with many questions in their head?
  • Can he just shut up?
  • There´s nothing else we can do! One of em´ll tip their hand, they got to.
  • Les and Charlie take place in this scene and Les yells at Charlie to shut shut up and leave to his own house. Charlie then says that it seems that Les is anxious to have that happen. This takes place outside Les's house right after Charlie claims that one of them will talk.
  • You sound anxious to have that happen!
  • Get out of here and go your own house!
  • Click to Edit TitleAll the people from the street are involved in this scene. Charlie is attacked and then he manages to go on his porch. Everyone is on top of him after he shot Pete Van Horn and the lights of his house turned on and off. Charlie then blames the little boy, Tommy, who is alone with his brother.
  • You better talk Charlie!
  • I know who it is! It's the little boy Charlie, he is responsible.
  • This scene supports the theme ¨Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence¨, because when Charlie starts accusing Steve and Les people start to get more angry and aggressive at each other because when someone is blamed people don´t know what to think. This experience might cause violence sooner or later.
  • This scene supports the theme, "Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence", because when Les tells Charlie to leave, Charlie doesn't respond nicely and instead he claims that Les is anxious to have that happen which puts Les on the spotlight again. People are still confused and the atmosphere is thick.
  • The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street Theme: Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence.
  • This scene supports the theme, "Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence", because after Charlie and other people continue to blame each other things get very violent. People also go very crazy when Charlie blames Tommy and things get even more confusing and more violent.
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