The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street Theme: Fear and suspicion are destructive forces
In The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" by Rob Serling, one of the main themes is that fear and suspicion are destructive force. The story of "The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street" is a well written narrative. In the first scene, was first part of which people started to blame Les Goodman's car automatically turned on it's own. Everyone was starting look at him, blaming something one him that he didn't even know the purpose to. In scene two, Charlie saw that Steve was talking to Les Goodman. Charlie said," Your wife has been saying that you have been working in the basement with a radio that can be used to contact or used to talk to people from different places in the world. In the third scene, Charlie shot Peter thinking that it was one of the monsters. That's when the town got more violent with the fear and the suspicion of the neighborhood.