Carpenter and the walrus

Carpenter and the walrus
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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Conflict
  • The walrus and the carpenter were walking close at hand with the sun shining on the sea with all its might and the billows was smooth and bright, even though it was in the middle of the night.
  • Climax
  • 1.) The walrus offers the oysters a walk on the beach with the carpenter. 2.) The oysters get exited , but the eldest oyster decides not to go. 3.) The oysters put on their shoes and follows the walrus and the carpenter. 4.) After a mile or so, the walrus  rested on a rock conveniently low. 5.) The walrus talked of many things of shoes, of ships, and sealing wax, and cabbages and kings. But the oysters say they need to catch their breath before they have their chat.
  • Falling Action
  • Pass me another slice
  • poor oysters
  • The conflict of the poem is that the walrus and the carpenter tricked the oysters by taking them on a long walk so that they would be tired so they could eat the oysters.
  • Resolution
  • Lets head home shall we oysters.
  • The climax or the main part of the poem was when the carpenter and the walrus prepared to eat the oysters after they tricked them into being their feast.
  • 1.) The oysters begged the walrus not to eat them. 2.)  The carpenter ignores  the oysters and asks the walrus to cut him another slice. 3.) The walrus feels bad for the oysters and eats them all
  • The resolution of the poem is that the walrus was talking to the oysters and the carpenter said they should start to head home, but no response came because they ate every one.
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