The HitchHiker

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  • Exposition.
  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident.
  • Thats silly!
  • Are you betting on horses?
  • Inciting Incident. 
  • Rising Action.
  • Characters- Narrator-A novelist that his on his way to London. He is relatively wealthy and picks up a hitchhiker on his way to London. Hitchhiker- A sketchy character that resembles a rat. He has a suspicious job.
  • Climax
  • The narrator picks up the hitchhiker and asked his where he's headed. The hitchhiker says he's heading to the horse races but he is not betting money nor working at the betting machines. After that, the 2 start arguing about the speed of the narrators car. To prove the car is fast, the narrator steps on the gas.
  • Falling action
  • The narrator speeds the car up and as soon as he reached 120 mph a cop catches him and his passenger and pulls him over.  After checking the narrators license and identity, he asked the hitchhiker what his job is. The hitchhiker said he was a hod carrier but earlier he told the narrator he was in skilled trade for a job. The cop wrote all this info in a book. After the cop left, the narrator asked the hitchhiker who he really was. 
  • RESOLUTION
  • The hitchhiker shows the narrator his long slender fingers and states that he is a finger smith.  He then proves what he said by taking out a lighter and a ring that the narrator owns. The narrator is amazed because he did not notice the hitchhiker take those things from him. 
  • The hitchhiker said the real reason he was going to the horse races was to steal the winners prize. The narrator was truly flabbergasted. The hitchhiker still had one more trick though. The narrator was worried because of the info the cop had on him and the hitchhiker. Suddenly the hitchhiker pulled out the cops book and the narrator was so happy!
  • The 2 agreed to burn the cops book!
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