The monsters due on Maple Street: Theme
By josefined, Updated
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"Maybe you better tell us. Nothing's working on this street. Nothing. No lights, no power, no radio. Nothing except one car- yours!"
Blaming others and trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence.
" No more talk, Steve. You're going to talk us into a grave! You'd let whatever's out there walk right over us, wouldn't yuh? Well some of us won't!"
"It's... it's the kid. It's Tommy. He's the one!"
The scene in which Goodman's car starts on its own triggers the people of Maple Street to believe something is suspicious. This shows the theme of which they blame Goodman. They believe that Goodman is not their kind.
The scene in which Charlie says this, he picks up the shotgun, and without knowing it was him, he shot Pete Van Horn. This shows the theme that blaming others can lead to violence.
The scene in which Charlie blames Tommy made the people on Maple Street start to become crazy. They started to chase Tommy and his mother. This shows the theme that trying to find a scapegoat can lead to violence.
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