Monsters Theme Storyboard

Monsters Theme Storyboard
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  • Evidence 1: The residents of Maple Street all turn on each other and accuse one another of being the monster.
  • Theme: Fear and suspicion are destructive forces
  • Evidence 2: The residents of Maple Street see a dark figure approaching them. Charlie takes the gun from Steve and shoots Peter Van Horn thinking that he was the monster.
  • Evidence 3: The residents of Maple Street are suspicious of Les Goodman because his car is the only car that is starting. So they decide to confront and accuse him of it in front of his house.
  • One of the main themes of Monsters are Due on Maple Street by Red Serling is "Fear and suspicion are destructive forces". The first evidence is that the residents of Maple Street spread accusations and turned against each other, believing that one another is the monster.  They were all afraid of the identity of the monster so they blamed it on each other. The second evidence is that Charlie shot and killed Peter Van Horn thinking that he was the monster. Charlie and the group were scared with fear when they saw a dark figure approaching them, so he acted on his instinct by grabbing the gun from Steve and shooting the dark figure, accidentally killing who he later found out was Peter Van Horn. The third evidence is that the residents of Maple Street decide to confront Les Goodman out of suspicion outside of his home because his car is the only one that was starting. The residents of Maple Street demanded Les explain the situation. In conclusion, these are three pieces of evidence that support the theme of "Fear and suspicion are destructive forces".
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