The Walrus and the Carpenter

The Walrus and the Carpenter
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  • Exposition
  • I must make my rays and billows very smooth and bright
  • By: Kailey Geyer
  • Its very rude of him to come and spoil the fun
  • Rising Actions
  • lets trick them
  • lets trick the oysters
  • We will get bread, and pepper, and vinegar.
  • Conflict
  • Come walk with us, oysters dear
  • Yay! We will come with you!
  • We should not go!
  • The moon is sad because the sun decides to shine at night. He casts his glow onto the Walrus and Carpenter walking down the unusually sandy shore by the sea of oysters.
  • Climax
  • 1 It is an average day and they are bored. 2 A discussion of how to rid the shore of sand. 3 Walrus is sad because it is too sandy. 4 The Carpenter spots oysters in the ocean 5 The Walrus and Carpenter invite the oysters to walk with them. 6 They decide to trick the oysters.
  • Falling Action
  • The Walrus and Carpenter ask the oysters to walk with them and the oysters follow. The pair gains the oysters trust by treating them kindly. They will trick the 
  • Resolution
  • We are sorry.
  • The oysters figure out they have been tricked and will soon be eaten.
  • But not on us!
  • 1 They lead the oysters to cook them. 2 Walrus sorts out the oysters from smallest to biggest. 3 They eat the oysters. 4 The Walrus feels remorse for killing the innocent and gullible oysters. 
  • The Walrus and Carpenter have eaten all the oysters and now feel lonely but they are at least not tormenting the oysters anymore. 
  • Where are my oyster friends?
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