At least I came out of the war with five inestimable blessings: my head, my wive's head, and the heads of three of my children. I also have my old bike and my house still stands.
Here's your egg rasher.
Jonathan came out of the war with many blessings and tries to stay make the most out of what he still has. This scene represents the exposition because it reveals the characters the setting, and what the character starts out with.
This scene shows Jonathan receiving his egg rasher money. It represents the rising action because it shows the scene that lead up to the turning point, him getting robbed.
What is egg-rasher? Did I depend on it last week? Or is it greater than other things thatwent with the war? I say, let egg-rasher perish in the flames! Let it go whereeverything else has gone. Nothing puzzles God
The thieves come to his home looking to steal his money. It represents the climax because it shows the turning point in the short story.
This scene shows Jonathan making a deal with the thieves. It represents the falling action because it shows the event that lead up to the resolution.
This scene shows Jonathan telling his neighbors that he can survive without his money because he survived without it before. It represents the resolution because it shows that he's at peace with what happened. The quote shown in the scene reveals the theme of the short story as well.