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  • The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Theme: Don't jump to conclusions
  • Evidence 1: In this Scene, Don said, "Maybe you better tell us. Nothing's working on this street. Nothing. No lights, no power, no radio. Nothing except one car - yours." Page# 674.
  • In the story, "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, one of the main themes is don't jump to conclusions. In the first piece of evidence, Don was telling Les Goodman that nothing on the street was working except for Les' car. Don automatically assumed that Les was an alien just because of one event that had happened. Therefore, Don had jumped to a conclusion. In the second piece of evidence, Goodman was confronting Charlie saying that he was so quick to kill, because he had assumed that the person in the dark was someone bad and he made a bad judgement of the situation. All in all, Charlie was jumping to a conclusion. In the last piece of evidence, Charlie and the Woman were blaming Tommy for being an alien just because he had known what would have happened by reading a few comic books. Because of this, Charlie and the Woman were jumping to a conclusion. In order for all of these characters to be right about their own statements, they would need to have more evidence to support them. As a result, all of these characters were jumping to different conclusions that resulted as a wrong statement that had led them to fighting.
  • Evidence 2: In this scene,  Les Goodman said, "You were so quick to kill, Charlie, and you were so quick to tell us who we had to be careful of." Page# 680.
  • Evidence 3: In this scene, Charlie said, "It's...it's the kid. He's the one.  Woman: "But it was the kid here who knew what was going to happen all the time. He's the one who knew. Page# 681.
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  • In "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" by Rod Serling, one of the main themes is don't jump to conclusions. In the first piece of evidence, Don is confronting Les Goodman about nothing working on the whole street except for his car. Don is automatically assuming that Goodman is an alien because of one event that had happened. Therefore, Don was jumping to conclusions. In the second piece of evidence, Goodman was telling Charlie that he was so quick to judge people. Because of this, Charlie was jumping to a conclusion. In the last piece of evidence, Charlie and the Woman were blaming Tommy for being an alien because he knew certain facts about what the aliens would do to them from reading his comic books. For this reason, Charlie and the Woman were jumping to conclusions. In order for all of these characters to be right about their own statements, they have to have more than one piece of evidence to support them. In conclusion, these characters were jumping to conclusions
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