Philippe Realina and Julia Almstedt SB 3W

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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Rising Action
  • Margot, one of the many 9 year old colonists on Venus, has started to get homesick. She misses her home in Ohio, the feel of the sun on her face. She also feels trapped by the incessant rain, like the other school children.
  • Climax
  • The kids in Margot's class feel jealous of her. They hate how she's only been trapped under the unending storms of Venus for five years, having to stare out the window and see darkness instead of the glorious rays of the sun. Because Margot can still remember the sun, she incessantly describes what the sun was like back on Earth. Because of this, the kids, who have inhabited Venus for 7 years, grow jealous of her.
  • Falling Action
  • The kids start to yell pessimistically, telling her that the sun won't show itself to the Venus inhabitants. They become violent, and gang up on her. They start to try and shove her in a closet.
  • Resolution
  • The kids gang up on Margot and violently grab her, shoving her towards the closet. Margot starts crying and tries to break free of their grasp. Eventually, they are able to bring her to the closet and they shove her in, locking the door so that she can't escape.
  • After this terrible incident, the kids are able to go outside and enjoy the sunlight. They run around, play, and just enjoy the sunlight while it lasts. Eventually, it starts to rain and the kids head inside.
  • After they enjoyed their hour in the sun, they reentered the building. One of the girls in the class starts crying, realizing that they had kept Margot caged in the closet. Realizing the error of their ways, they walk back to the closet and, filled with remorse, let her out.
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