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  • Matthew Wilson, 6th hour
  • Mrs.Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs Genre: Fantasy
  • Exposition
  • "This one here is Millard, an invisible boy" (7).
  • Rising Action
  • "Find the bird. In the loop. On the other side of the old man's grave. September third, 1940" (23).
  • Climax
  • "They made their choice long ago. What's important is that there's a grand plan in motion, Jacob, and you'll be a part of it" (195).
  • When Jacob was a child, his grandfather always told him stories of a magic place he lived in as a boy, with a levitating girl and kids with 2 mouths, an invisible boy, etc. He went there as a kid to "flee the monsters, '' but when Jacob grew up he stopped b believing these stories.
  • Falling Action
  • "Oh my, it does seem i've gotten myself shot" (214).
  • One night, Grandpa Portman calls about "monsters." When Jacob arrives, he finds a dead body in the woods and sees a monster. This sets forth a whole series of events, ultimately ending Jacob on the island his grandfathers orphanage was many years ago and Jacob actually finding the Peculiar Children.
  • Resolution
  • Dr. Golan, Jacobs bus driver, his gardener, all ended up being a wight, someone who arranges one of the monster's kills. Golan catches Emma, Jacob, Millard, Bronwyn, and Enoch, and calls his "pet" monster to kill them. Jacob runs and eventually stabs its eyes with shears and kills it.
  • Jacob returns unscathed to the orphanage, only to discover the wight has captured Miss Peregrine and is out by the lighthouse. The children set out to save her, which mens fighting the Wight. Bronwyn uses a piece of metal as a shield, and the children make it to the mainland.
  • Jacob kills the Wight and saves Miss Peregrine, only she cannot turn back into a human. The children then set out to find someone who can help, and the book ends with all of the children in boats.
  • "It was strange to think that one day I might have my own stack of yellowed photos to show skeptical grandchildren-and my own fantastic stories to share" (230).
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