Like the Sun

Like the Sun
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  • Exposition
  • These eggs are terrible, I can't even swallow them.
  • Today's the day i'm going to tell everyone how i really feel.
  • Rising Action
  • Did you hear so and so died?
  • No but it's okay no one liked him anyways.
  • Climax
  • Cancel all of your plans tonight, you are coming over for dinner and listening to my music to tell me how it sounds.
  • if you insist...
  • Sekhar has decided that today he will tell everyone how he really feels and be brutally honest. He started with telling his wife that her breakfast that he said he likes everyday is actually disgusting.
  • Falling Action
  • So how did you like it?
  • So heres the thing, I didnt. you need to stop your lesson theres no point of you doing this.
  • Sekhar is at work and one of his coworkers have told him that someone that he worked with died and he said he didn't really care because he was a terrible person anyway. 
  • Resolution
  • Sigh...
  • Sekhar gets called down to the headmasters office and is asked to come over for dinner and to hear his usic and give his opinion on it. Sekhar couldn't say he was busy because he was telling the truth all day so he couldn't deny. Sekhar is known around town as one of the toughest critics so the headmaster knows that he will know what he should do when Sekhar criticizes his music. He also adds in tha the can take the next 10 days to finish grading the papers.
  • Literary Term- Irony
  • Cats? They're my favorite!
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  • Sekhar shows up for dinner and listens to his music, it was terrible. Since he was telling the truth all day he had to tell him how he really felt. Headmaster was shocked with his answer but thanked him for his honesty and said that he'll see him tomorrow.
  • Sekhar gets a call later that night from the headmaster and is told that all his papers needed to be graded by the morning. So Sekhar had to face the consequences and stay up all night grading the papers
  • Irony- the expression of one's meaning by using language that normally signifies the opposite, typically for humorous or emphatic effect.
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