Narrative Structure-"The Monsters are Due on Maple Street

Narrative Structure-"The Monsters are Due on Maple Street
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The theme of ¨The Monsters are due on Maple Street¨, a teleplay by Rod Serling is to don't be quick to blame because you can be jumping to the wrong conclusion based on fear , unreliable sources and wrong information. In page 14 , the Woman said ¨You killed him , Charlie. You shot him dead.¨ This shows that Charlie thought the one of his good friend Pete Van Horn was a monster based on fear. In conclusion , you should not be quick to blame based on fear or unreliable sources because it can go either way bad or good.

Storyboard Text

  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • The Story takes place on Maple Street , within a small , typical American town.
  • Climax
  • The residents see a flash of light and a roar which is believed to be a meteor , but this "meteor" , shuts down everything. 
  • Falling Action
  • The citizens meet to see and debate on what happened to their electronics  
  • Resolution 
  • One to another , One to another. We'll let them destroy themselves.
  • Steve's car wont start to leave the neighborhood to get to the city so Tommy riles up the neighborhood by telling everyone that "They don't wont you to leave."
  • I don't understand ,That's weird it was working before.
  •  They Don't Want you too leave
  • After the build up of fear and suspicion , Charlie shoots Pete Van Horn after thinking that he was and alien. 
  • After the layout of chaos happened on Maple Street , the true bad guys are revealed to be two aliens that are trying to have humans destroy themselves.
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