You're not going to your brother's funeral, and that's final.
Falling Action #2
"Ciao Joseph, ciao."
The day of Joseph's funeral (Rosa's brother) finally came, but aunt Ida wouldn't let Rosa go. This leads to the resolution because if Rosa hadn't stayed home, she may not have gone to the cemetery.
A few days later, uncle Sal took Rosa to the cemetery to visit her brother's grave. This is the second falling action scene because this leads to the resolution.
When Rosa and her uncle are leaving the cemetery, Rosa waves back at Joseph's grave and yells "Ciao," which translates to goodbye. This is the resolution because everything else in the book leads up to it. It also resolves the conflict, which is about her wanting a brother.