Ransom Of Red Chief By: Amanie Alimrany
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Sam explains their plan of kidnapping Red Chief and how they kidnapped Red Chief. This is the exposition because Sam and Bill had the idea of kidnapping someone in the first place.
The Red Chief becomes more unmanagable and got more comfortable in the cave instead of his house. This is the falling action because it shows that things changed as the story went on. This also shows how it was the falling action because Red Chief would take Sam and Bill's time away.
Sam and Bill want to return the Red Chief for money because he was too unmanagable. This shows the climax because Red cheif was taking Sam and Bill's time and he was a very energic and playful person. Because of this, Sam and/or Bill can't have him in their way all the time.
Dorset isn't a dotting parent because he wants money from getting Red Chief. This shows the falling action because once Sam and Bill agreed to return the kid, Dorset (Red Chief's father) agrees to have the kid but the money was more important to him.
Sam and Bill gave Red Chief back to Dorset and the $250 and went to Canada. This shows the conclusion because Sam and Bill decide to leave after paying Dorset. This also shows the conclusion because it shows that leaving the kid made them want them to live a peaceful life wherever they went.
Theme: Be Careful What You Choose
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