The Possibility of Evil

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  • Introduction
  • Good morning, thank you so much!
  • Good morning, Adela! Those roses are looking prettier today!
  • Trigger Incident
  • That little girl is going to grow up expecting luxury all her life.
  • Mr. Lewis' Grocery Store
  • That's the way we want her to feel - like a princess.
  • Rising Action
  • Didn't you ever see an idiot child before? Some people just shouldn't have children, should they?
  • ...Is the wife really the last one to know?
  • Adela Strangeworth has lived in her town for as long as she can remember, she feels as if she owns it. 71 year old Miss Strangeworth is very fond of her roses, and so does everyone in her old town.
  • Climax
  • POST OFFICE
  • Coming from Mr. Lewis' grocery store, Miss Strangeworth sees Helen and Don with the Crane baby. She then begins to say some interesting things and starts commenting on the child.
  • Falling Action
  • She starts doing what she usually does - writing letters to people in her town. Miss Strangeworth never signs her name to the letters and the letters reveal accusations Miss Strangeworth has of the people in the town, despite of not having any proof behind them.
  • Conclusion
  • You never know about doctors... They’re only humans and need money like the rest of us.
  • On the way to the post office to mail her written letters to whom they were addressed, Miss Strangeworth dropped one of her letters. The Harris boy noticed the dropped letter and thought about delivering the mail to the recipient - Don Crane.
  • To: Don Crane 859 Main St. W From: Anonymous
  • Miss Strangeworth woke up the next day with a feeling of intense happiness. She remembered that three people will read the letters she wrote the night before, the thought of it made her happy. She goes downstairs to make her breakfast, ready to start the day.
  • Woke up feeling very happy! Three people are going to read the letters I sent yesterday, and they will be aware about their wrong doings.
  • After deciding what's for breakfast, she checks her mail. She notices that she received a letter that look like the ones she sends. She thought weird of it, for she had never signed her name on the letters she sends. She reads the mail and cries at its evilness.
  • Look at what used to be your roses..
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