The Walrus and the Carpenter by Alan Freeman

The Walrus and the Carpenter by Alan Freeman

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  • Exposition The walurus and the carpenter are walking on the beach.
  • They are thinking if only the sand was cleared away.
  • Rising Action: As the Walrus and Carpenter walk along the beach they invite the oyster to come along.
  • Note: There are no pictures of an oyster to select. I used a crab showing a shell fish like an oyster.
  • Conflict: In the story the Walrus and the Carpenter get hungry and eat the oysters but feel paid for play such a trick on them.
  • The oldest oyster did not come only the younger ones. 
  • Climax
  • Falling Action
  • Resolution
  • Climax The oysters realized they were going to be eaten when the walrus and the  Carpenter said we can begin to feed. The oysters cried but not on us. They began to turn blue. 
  • Falling Action All the oysters  are eaten and the walrus and the carpenter sob with tears.
  • Resolution After the walrus and the carpenter ate the oysters  they sadly went home. 
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