The Last Dog By Katherine Paterson

The Last Dog By Katherine Paterson
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  • The exposition of this story is the part when Brock is getting ready to go outside the gates but isn't quite sure about it yet.
  • Exposition
  • Yes!
  • The conflict is external and it is the struggle between whether or not Brock's dog can be able to stay in the dome.
  • Conflict
  • No!
  • The rising action is when Brock leaves the dome, goes past the gate, and goes away from the dome.
  • Rising Action
  • The climax is when Brock finds the dog and he is scared of it.
  • Climax
  • The falling action is when the dog and Brock are together away from the dome.
  • Falling Action
  • The resolution is when they are completely away from the dome and they are basically alone on Earth.
  • "Who knows, maybe out here you aren't the last dog. Your mother had to come from somewhere." (Paterson 98).
  • Resolution
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