The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street: Theme: What's It All Mean?
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Charlie and Steve are talking after Charlie mistook Pete Van Horn for a monster and shot him. He went to go see if the power was on in another neighborhood because the power had turned off on Maple Street.
Steve - you know why I shot! How was I supposed to know who he was?
Even though there is a power outage, the lights in Charlie's house go on. This surprises all of the neighbors and directs suspicions toward Charlie.
I don't know why the lights are on. I swear I don't.
The tools of conquest do not necessarily come with bombs and explosions and fallout. There are weapons that are simply thoughts, attitudes, prejudices - to be found only in the minds of men.
When Maple Street falls into chaos, you see two figures with a remote that is controlling all the power on the street. They are talking among themselves.
This scene uses the theme "Fear and suspicion are destructive forces" because Charlie had just shot Pete Van Horn because he was afraid that he was a monster.
The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street: Theme: Fear and suspicion are destructive forces.
This scene uses the theme "Fear and suspicion are destructive forces." Charlie is scared because he is so suspicious and that he will be accused of being a monster.
This scene uses the theme "Fear and suspicion are destructive forces." The narrator is explaining how fear and suspicion can be a place's downfall.
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