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Blue Boots By Carol NewHouse
Exposition: The exposition is the beginning of the story and introduces the main characters, setting and hint at conflict.
This is perfect.
Inciting incident: The inciting incident starts the rising action and suspense.
"Sure, I know you. You're the lady that always puts blue boots on your big dog. Everyone knows you."
Everything is perfect...
Climax: The climax is the point in the story where the suspense peaks and then starts to drop.
Falling Action: The falling action is when the climax has happened and the story is coming to a conclusion.
It is time to begin.....
Literary Device: The literary device most used in this short story is imagery. There is a lot of imagery in this story, like when she explained the ideal spot for a criminal.
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