The Informational Cardiovascular Organ

The Informational Cardiovascular Organ
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  • Cover Page
  • The Informational Cardiovascular Organ
  • How did you sleep last night?
  • I heard a cricket with only a single chirp. How strange is that?
  • Exposition
  • You think me mad?
  • Hello, I am the narrator and I am frightened by that old man's eye, it looks like a vulture's eye.
  • My eye's not a vulture's eye, you Job's Turkey. Are you insane?
  • Rising Action
  • I'm going to have to do something about that vulture eye...
  • Contains title and gives a very brief recap of what this story is. Shows characters in the story. Gives a small amount of foreshadowing to the story.
  • Climax
  • AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAA
  • Like smother him to death with his own bed!
  • How do you do officers? I'm sorry I woke you, I had a nightmare and screamed and I am not making this up, would you like to search the place? You won't find anything due to the fact that nothing happened, I just thought that I should probably offer just in case you wanted to search my house that has no problems with it whatsoever, there is no issue with the house, if you don't believe me that's fine, I just thought that I'd offer just in case. Just for clarification though, I am by no means mad at all.
  • The first part of the plot. Characters, setting, & basic situation are revealed. The inciting incident sets the story in motion to make the rest of the story possible.
  • Falling Action
  • The main part of the story. Moves the plot along. Where the complications are.
  • Resolution
  • Oh dear, that looks painful.
  • Gentlemen, this ticking sure is annoying, if you would, please look at this dismembered man's head.
  • The most exciting or intense part of the story. The most important part of the story. Usually a turning point.
  • (This is meant to be read with the speed of the narrator speaking increasing, making it sound hysterical.) Events that follow the climax. Events that lead to the resolution. Even minor conflicts begin moving towards reason.
  • Oh, okay...
  • The end of the story. Loose ends are tied up (unless a sequel is being prepared). Conflicts are resolved.
  • Tick
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