Margot wailed, as her small fists pounded against the wooden door, desperate to get out.
The climax of the story is when the schoolchildren lock Margot in the closet.
The kids bullied Margot because she actually remembered the sun.
The external conflict of the story is that it has been raining in Venus for seven years.
On page 72, it states, "They stood looking at the door and saw it tremble from her beating and throwing herself against it." The author uses personification to show how desperate and how much she wants to be out of the closet.
The kids let Margot out, even though she missed the experience of the sun.