The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street Theme

The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street Theme

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  • Evidence 1: Charlie blamed Steve because of the radio and him taking Les Goodman's side. That caused Steve to get upset and start arguing more than just talking in a calm tone,
  • Evidence 2: They blamed Les for the car turning on by itself making everyone think Les could control things without touching them.If you take a closer look, you can see that was the point where most of the accusations were being made.
  • Evidence 3: The aliens watching seemed to find the humans very dumb and untrustworthy.
  • One major theme of the teleplay "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street " by Rod Serling is... Brainstorm before the blamestorm. What that means is to think before you start blaming someone. Charlie blamed Steve when Mrs. Brand was talking about the radio. Steve also was defending Les and saying not too jump to conclusions, causing Charlie to figure Steve was an alien. They also had blamed Les earlier for the car turning on. Les seemed to be as shocked and scared as they were, yet Charlie used his finger and pointed it at Les. After Les was blamed, that was when most of the blaming started. They weren't as aggravated up until that point of Charlie blaming Les. The aliens at the end were not pleased with the actions of the humans. They found humans rather dumb and untrustworthy. The acts of judging out of fear only made the aliens see the humans as people who can't work together and people untrustworthy. Those were only some of the blaming points. As you can see, always brainstorm before the blamestorm. (Blame storm means a lot of blaming)
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