Walrus Carpenter Poem

Walrus Carpenter Poem

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  • Exposition
  • Go get some oysters and trick them weŕe going for a walk. When they get tired we eat them.
  • Thatś smart iĺl go get them
  •                                             Rising Action                                           
  • Climax
  • The Carpenter and Walrus were walking on the beach. Since they were hungry, so they decided to trick some oysters to walk with them.
  • Falling Action
  • The Carpenter and Walrus got oysters, and go on a walk. They decide to rest on a low rock. Then, the walrus starts to chat, but the oysters say the need rest since they are fat. Lastly, the Carpenter goes gets spices and bread and says its time to feast.
  • Conclusion
  • The Walrus says its time to eat. The oysters get scared and hope it is not them for dinner. The Walrus says,That would be a dismal thing to do."
  • Conflict
  •  The Carpenter wants the Walrus to cut him a slice of bread, but the Walrus was crying. He was crying because he felt bad for eating the oysters. The Carpenter however, does not care about the oysters.
  • The Carpenter asks,"Shall we be trotting home again."  But there was no answer, all the oysters had been eaten.
  • The Conflict was the Carpenter and Walrus trying to eat the oysters
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