The Monsters are Due on Maple Street Theme:Fighting and Asumming does not fix everything BY: Zariah Benford
In the story The Monsters are Du on Maple Street by Ron Sterling there where multiple themes that made scene. The theme I chose was Fighting and Assuming does not solve everything. I chose this theme because in almost every part of the story it showed this. In the beginning the people of Maple Street went after a innocent neighbor thinking it was him because of a starting car. They assumed it was Goodman so went to ask him weird questions trying make him say he was a monster. In another scene Charlie killed a Pete Vanhorn that was walking back from the other side off the block in the dark shooting him dead because Charlie assumed he was a monster.In conclusion, the following scene above prove that the theme is Assuming and fighting does not solve everything.
SCENE:1 When Goodman car started out of nowhere the people of Maple Street assumed it was Goodman and judged him right in front of his house.
SCENE:2 They thought it was was a monster walking in the dark but it was Pete Vanhorn and without noticing him Charlie shot him dead.
SCENE:3 At the end where people where just everywhere killing and hurting each other thinking they were monsters.