The main characters in this story are Icarus and Daedalus. The setting in this story is an island with a tower.
The conflict in this story is that Icarus and Daedalus are stuck on an island once they escape the tower.
The rising action is when they start building the wings to try and escape. It is also when Daedalus warns his son that he can't go to high or to low, he has to stay with him.
The climax part of this story is when Icarus starts to fly near the sun. That's when a few feathers start fall off and wax starts to melt.
The falling action is when Icarus is falls to his death. His wax melted and the feathers were falling off. He falls into the ocean and drowns.
The resolution is when Daedalus buries his son and names the island after him. Then he flies to safety, builds a temple to worship Apollo, and hangs his wings up with a few of fethers from his son's wings.