The Walrus and the Carpenter

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Conflict
  • The Walrus and Carpenter think about taking a walk with the oysters while they stood on the sandy beach during the day.
  • Climax
  • 1. the sun was shining at midnight 2.no bird were flying and the sea was as wet as wet and the sand was as dry as dry 3. the Walrus and Carpenter realized if several maids swept with several mops the sand would still be there 4. the oldest oyster refused on going with the other oysters, the Walrus and the Carpenter 5. the oysters  get ready for their walk
  • Falling Action
  • When the Walrus tries to apologize to the oysters but can't because he realized he had eaten every one
  • Resolution
  • The oysters beg for the walrus and the carpenter not to eat them
  • 1.the walrus starts to feel bad for the oysters 2. the walrus starts to weep for the  oysters 3. the carpenter says its time for the oysters to go back home
  • The carpenter realized that there is no one to take home because he had eaten every one
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