The Burro and the Fox

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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • I had enough of my master
  • Rising Action
  • follow me to meet the king of the forest ( the lion )
  • There were three masters. One was respectful and the other one is cruel. Lastly the other one doesent care. The cruel one had a donkey that would always beat him for the simplest reasons.
  • Climax
  • Burro decides that he has had enough of being with his master because of how he treated him. Burro decides to sneak away during late at night.
  • Falling Action
  • when he was walking through a forest path, he ran into a fox. The fox invited him to meet a lion, the king of the forest, and join their band of free animals. So he followed the fox into the forest to meet the lion.
  • Resolution / Theme
  • Im glad Im safe
  • After that , when the fox and the burro arrived to the lions home fox said to burro that he would leave lion and burro alone so they could talk to one another. Burro was kind of fightended because he knew that lions really dont like burro's .
  • I have my dinner for tonight
  • When burro and lion were talking burro noticed that the lion kept getting closer and closer to him. So , Burro thought at that point that lion was hungry and was just trying to eat him.
  • I wonder what hes going to do to me?
  • Burro decides to go back home after meeting the lion because the lion wanted to eat the burro.When running back home burro ran into fox again and the fox said why was burro such in a hurry and burro said he preferred going back with his master and to get beat every day then getting eaten by a lion so off the burro went back with his master. What this taught us is that you should never trust anyone without knowing them or meeting them because you never know what can happen.
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