The protagonist is the old couple. They are fighting against a sudden loss of their son at work. The story mostly takes place at the old couples house. The time frame of the story takes place from midnight to around 10:00 pm, (the next day).
First the man came into the house, this was the first part of the rising action. Then the parents got the paw from the paw, and they wished for 200 pounds. Next the son died at work. Then the Family gets the 200 pounds for the son dieing at work. Lastly the Mom wishes for the son back.
The climax was when the story was at it's absoute highest point in suspension. This storys was when the son came back and knocked on the door.
It's fine. I haven't even read through all of these daily papers. What's the point.
The falling action is the decline in suspense until the resolution. The falling action was when the father found the monkey again and wished the son away. Then the knocking stops. Next Mrs. White (Mom) finally opens the door. Lastly no one was at the door.
The resolution was that the son was not at the door, so we can assume that the father whised the son away.
Be happy with what you have. (This is the theme of the story). This is explained in the story because they wished for money, but they lost their son for this money.