Ela Henry's freedom box project

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  • Exposition
  • "You are a good worker, Henry. I am giving you to my son. You must obey him and never tell a lie."
  • Whats happening in this scene is that Henrys master is dying. Henry wants to be free, he thought this was his chance. The master thought he was a good worker and should be passed down to his son.
  • Inciting Incident
  • "Henry was lonely. One day he met Nancy, who was shopping for her mistress."
  • I feel like singing.
  • In this scene Henry has grown older and has met a Nice lady named Nancy. They walk around the market talking.
  • "But Nancy was worried... her master had lost a great deal of money, 'I'm afraid he will sell our children' she said."
  • Rising Action
  • In this scene Nancy and Henry have had children, 3 for that matter. But Nancys master is losing money, Nancy is afraid Her master might sell the children.
  • In this scene Nancy s Master lost a great deal of money and had to sell them. Henry doesn't have anyone now, but he has a plan.
  • Climax
  • Father! Father!
  • "His friend James came into the factory. He whispered to henry " Your wife and children were just sold at the slave market."
  • Falling Action
  • In this scene Henry is talking to James and Dr. Smith about being free. They come up with a plan, Henry pours oil on his hand to skip work. Then they ship Henry to Philadelphia
  • "I will mail myself to a place where there are no slaves!"
  • Resolution
  • Henry are you all right in there?
  • In this scene Henry was successfully shipped to Philadelphia on March, 30 1849. He was now accepted and not a slave. He also made his birthday his arrival date, March, 30 1849.
  • 'Four men smiled at him. 'Welcome to Philadelphia!' At last, Henry had a birthday.'
  • All right!
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