All Summer in a Day

All Summer in a Day

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  • definition of wailed: give a cry of pain grief or anger.   synonym: fuss   antonym: praise
  • The brown haired girl is named Margot. The red haired boy is named William. Margot is the protagonist of this story. William is the antagonist.
  • Frame 1
  • Stop wailing about how the sun is gonna come out! You were lying!
  • Please don't!
  • Frame 2
  • We're locking you in here for a while!
  • Frame 3
  • the sun is like a penny...
  • No it's not! Stop lying! You don't know!
  • One external conflict: The children. They lock Margot up inside of the closet so that she can't get out. She also never gets to see the sun.
  • Term and Definition
  • Frame 4
  • Please! Let me out! Now!
  • Climax
  • Frame 5
  • The children lock her in the closet because they are jealous that she has seen the sun and she is the only one who has. The children don't like her because she is different.
  • Frame 6
  • No! We're sorry!
  • Nope!
  • "The children lay out, laughing, on the jungle mattress and heard it sigh and squeak under them, resilient and alive." A jungle cannot sigh or squeak.
  • In the resolution, the children let out Margot after the rain came back. They feel really bad about it. They have a lot of guilt.
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