By Stavro Polis & Donovan Hannish
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The author establishes the exposition by stating '"Off there to the right-somewhere-is a large island,'" said Whitney.(Connell 60)
The author Richard Connell establishes the inciting incident by stating, "He struggled up to the surface and tried to cry out..."(Connell 63)
The author establishes the rising action by stating '"Don't be alarmed,'" said Rainsford...(Connell 65)
The author establishes the climax by stating,"Then he leaped far into the sea..."(Connell 80)
The author establishes the falling action by stating, "'Rainsford!"', "screamed the general."
The author establishes the resolution by stating, "He had never slept in a better bed, Rainsford decided"(Connell 80)
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