Little Rock in the court room with high official, being criticized.
Conflict: Person V. Self Protagonist
Melba walking through the hall and past the people who've constantly criticized her. The segregationist are what I consider the antagonist of the story.
First Person Point of View | Flat Character
It takes a lot of courage to do what's right.
Rising Action | Plot
Melba has doubts getting through the school year. The one, The only Melba Pattillo Beals
The story is told through the eyes of Melba, the protagonist. The reader knows her thoughts and her actions alone. Melba's brother Conrad is a flat character. He doesn't undergo any changes and play a small role in the book.
Melba signs up to become apart of the fight to integrate schools. Melba and the rest of Little Rock Nine are fighting for their right to attend Central High School.