The Walrus and the Carpenter

The Walrus and the Carpenter

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  • The Walrus and the Carpenter are walking on the beach. The sun is shining in the middle of the night which proves that odd things are happpening.
  • Exposition
  • 1.The Walrus and Carpenter are walking and weeping when they see so much sand. 2.They then discuss if there is a way to clear the sand and realize there isn't. 3.The Walrus and Carpenter probably become hungry and  ask the oysters if they want to take a walk. 4.The oldest oyster says no,but the younger oysters are eager to go with the Walrus and Carpenter.5.The Walrus,Carpenter and oysters take their walk.
  • Rising Action
  • The conflict is that the Walrus and Carpenter tricked the young oysters so that they could eat them.
  • So, do pigs really have wings?
  • Conflict
  • The climax in this story happens around the time when the Walrus casually says that it's "time to feed". At this moment,the young oysters begin to realize that the Walrus and Carpenter didn't just want to chat.
  • But not us,right? 
  • Well, it's time to eat.
  • Climax
  • 1.The Walrus asks the oysters if they like the view to make small talk. 2.The Walrus then says that the it's too bad that they brought the oyster so far,even though the Carpenter doesn't care. 3. The Walrus then begins to weep for the oysters.
  • It's a shame we have to eat you... oh well.
  • Falling Action
  • In the end, the Walrus and Carpenter successfully tricked the oysters and ate every last one,so that when they asked if the oysters wanted to go home, there was no answer.
  • Resolution
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