The Scarlet Ibis

The Scarlet Ibis

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  • 1. Exposition
  • 2. Rising Action
  • 3. Climax
  • Doodle is born with issues, which causes him to not be able to meet the expectation to his older brother. Doodle can not be able to run, walk, climb, swim, be to hot, be to cold, be put on his stomach ex.
  • 4. Falling Action
  • Part of the rising action is when the Scarlet Ibis dies in Doodles family backyard. The bird dies under the bleeding and can be used as for shadow as doodles death.
  • 5. Resolution
  • The climax is when Doodles older brother runs away from him in the middle of the storm, because he pushed his brothers limits to far. Doodle can no longer paddle and ends up collapsing while screaming for his brother to not leave him which he does.
  • 6. Conflict
  • The falling action is the older brother coming back to find Doodle after the lightning and thunder has stopped has stopped and he sees him bleeding, and broken as he tries to shield him from the rain.
  • The resolution is Doodles death which some people thought was the cause of the older brother, or the cause of nature.
  • The conflict of the story ¨The Scarlet Ibis" is when doodle is in the boat, the current is to strong compared to his weak arms which is the first example of Man vs Nature. The second example of man vs nature is Doodles death.
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