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Updated: 1/22/2020
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  • This scene reflects the exposition because it has the wind as a torrent of darkness and the moon a ghostly galleon, while the highwayman comes riding up to the old inn door.
  • This scene represents the first half of the rising action because it shows how Tim the ostler, overheard the Highwayman telling Bess about his plans to rob somebody.
  • This scene reflects the second half of the rising action because it shows how after the Highwayman did not return, the Redcoats did.
  • This scene represents the Climax because it shows how Bess killed herself in order to warn the Highwayman about the Redcoats
  • This scene reflects the falling action because it shows the Highwayman running away from the Inn after he heard the gunshot.
  • This scene represents the resolution because it shows how the Highwayman got shot by the Redcoats when he came back to the inn charging like a mad man with his Rapier in his hand
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