The Story of James German


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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Rising Action
  • James German was a grumpy man; he was always annoyed by others as they were by him. He lived by himself; all he ever did was go to work everyday and abhor all others. He lived in England during the 1950's.
  • Climax
  • Every day when James was walking home from work he noticed a kind little boy throwing a coin in a wishing well. The boy tried to say hi to him everyday but he just disavowed him and didn't feel bad at all, even when he dropped 5 pounds and they boy had notified him about it.
  • Falling Action
  • One day when he was walking home he heard a sudden meow from the well, but did not see the boy. He looked in the well and he saw a cat helplessly scratching the wall attempting to escape. But it was late and he did not want to be fined 100 pounds so he left.
  • Resolution
  • The next night the boy was there trying to save the cat. He was struggling, and the cat did not look like it had long to live. The boy said " please help sir I need your help my cat is going to die" James said "stop bothering me I have better things to do then waste my time with these silly little shenanigans.
  • James needed to get home because he didn't want to get fined for curfew, and he needed to figure out how he was going to pay the bill for his house. He was short on money and needed about 50 pounds. But when he was walking back to his house.
  • James was evicted from his house and he had to move into a rusty shed, where all night he was freezing. If he had helped the boy he would have rewarded him with 350 pounds and he wouldn't have had to move from his lovely suburban home. He dropped down to the floor crying saying for now one he would help anyone who needs it, and that he had learned his lesson.
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