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Exposition: The story starts when Dupin and the narrator meet and become room mates. He reads a newspaper and becomes interested in the murders of a mother and daughter.
Conflict: Madame Espanaye is found dead with her head decapitated, and her daughter was found in the chimney, head down. The police unable to find the culprit.
Rising action: Dupin and the Narrator find a razor on a chair, nail on the window and non human hair.
Climax: The sailor went up the stair's and confirmed Dupin's theory. He believed it was the Orangutan, which belonged to the sailor.
Falling Action: The sailor confesses that his Orangutan was the murderer. He witnessed everything that happened on the day that the mother and daughter died.
Resolution: Although the Orangutan caused a lot of trouble, the detective let the sailor keep the Orangutan
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