The Veldts by Daniel Hernandez
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This is exposition because George and his wife are introduced in the beginning when George's wife becomes suspicious of the nursery when she thought she saw something
This is the rising action because the lights are turning off and on when George and his wife are slowly walking to the nursery.
This is the climax because the problem, which is Peter and Wendy's addiction to the nursery being a issue for George and Lydia is being first introduced into the story.
This is the falling action because the lions are a real startle to George's wife as in the text it says they chase her and she feels that she barely makes it out even though George says that there was no danger since there are glass wall barriers.
This is the conclusion because at this point in the story, Peter and Wendy are starting to listen and obey George, they are moving out, and are leaving. While George goes to pack his things, he leaves Lydia to pay attention to the kids while they have one more memory in the nursery, but Lydia trusts the kids and goes upstairs to pack with George and they hear the kids scream but they're nowhere to be found.
The theme is that there is no "I" in team because both the parents and kids were at fault for what happened, the parents let the nursery take over their places in their children's lives, so when the parents try to take the nursery away from the kids they start to sob because to them, the nursery is their parents. The parents and kids couldn't work together which is what ultimately leaded to the children's dissapearance.
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