Maple Street

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  • The setting takes place on Maple Street. It takes place in the 1940's.
  • Exposition:
  • Tommy- Tommy is a 14 year old boy who is also very curious, and is very smart.
  • The situation of the story is a meteor roars across the sky, the electricity went off, everyone is panicking and all there is, is a bunch of chaos on Maple Street.
  • Charlie- Charlie is brave and a bit suspicious at times, and a know- it- all.
  • Characters- Steve Brand: Steve is very responsible, he knows what he is doing, and is always sarcastic, and the leader of the neighborhood.
  • Woman- She is very curious about things, and very independent, and is very caring.
  • Conflict-
  • Conflict- The conflict of the story is all the neighbor's turn on each other causing a bunch of madness and chaos, and they are all looking for someone to blame it on because they are scared. Type of conflict: Man vs. man & Man vs. self
  • Steve Brand
  • Charlie
  • Woman
  • Tommy
  • Les Goodman
  • Rising Action ( 3 events)
  • 1st event: Tommy talks about the aliens.
  • 2nd Event- Goodman's car starts on its own. The mob begins.
  • 3rd Event- Don Martin gets the gun out
  • Climax-
  • Charlie takes the shotgun away from Don Martin and shoots the shadowy figure that is standing in the darkness.
  • Please don't shoot me sir!! I'm innocent!
  • Say hello to my little friend!
  • Falling Action
  • Event 1- Everyone blamed Charlie for being suspicious and for being a monster.
  • Event 2- Charlie blames Tommy at the end of the story for being suspicious, and because he wanted to blame it on someone else because Charlie wanted to get out of the conflict.
  • Resolution-
  • The figures talk about how everyone on Maple Street is going to destroy themselves by blaming it on everyone, and Maple Street is going to be destroyed.
  • Figure 1
  • Figure 2
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