The Prince and The Pauper
Updated: 1/28/2020
The Prince and The Pauper
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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • I don't want that to happen!
  • Then you must lower the price...
  • These are the main characters. The Prince and Tom. Tom is a poor boy, and gets beaten daily, forced to steal, and other trageck things. On the other hand, the Prince is wealthy, lives in a castle, and everything is done for him. One day, Tom goes up to the castle to look through the gate, when he gets tossed to the ground. The Prince sees the actions of the man, and starts to talk to Tom. They then decide to switch clothes and places for a day because they each want to see what it would be like to be the other person. 
  • Falling Action
  • In this part of the story, things start going wrong. "The Prince" is deniing being the prince to the king. Everyone is shocked and is thinking he is jus sick and can't think straight, but he is really not the prince.
  • Resolution
  • "I am not the King"
  • I think the climax of this story would be when the prince almost got hung. The lady was selling some pig, and the prince was being forced to steal by his "fathers" rules. When the man showed up, he told the lady, "He must be hung, enless you lower the price." The lady lowered the price, and the man took advantage of it while he could.
  • Theme
  • The falling action in this story was when the king died. The real prince didn't know of this entill later. This lead to him becoming the king, which was the resolution, and when he spoke of them switching lives.
  • At this part of the story, the real prince tells everyone who he is. Tom, also admits to them switching clothes and changing their lives for the day. After they admit to this, someone in the crowd tells him, "If you ar really the king, you will know where th golden seal is... without this other boys help." The prince thinks, and thinks, and finally he is right! He is the real so to be KING!
  • I am!
  • Prove it...
  • The theme of this story, is if you lie, it could end up with consquinces.
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