Brian's Return ,plot diagram

Brian's Return ,plot diagram
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  • Exposition
  • "Your grown now."
  • " I'll be fine, Mom."
  • Conflict
  • "I can't take the noise'.
  • Rising Action
  • "Don't let it up, I have to keep it down."
  • Brian's Return takes place in New York and in the forest. Brian lives with his mom . It's been 2 years since he was rescued from the Canadian wilderness after a plane crash. The story is told in 3rd person point of view.
  • Climax
  • The problem was that Brian couldn't take the noise . He doesn't "fit in" anymore. He missed the sound of the wind and the cry of the wolves in the night. That's what drove him back to the woods. The conflict is internal character vs self.
  • Falling Action
  • The List: Canoe Straight Bow Knife Hatchet Fishing Gear Books Tent
  • While going out with friends Brian gets in a fight at a pizza shop and ends up beating up a football player in an act of self defense. The other boy ends up in the hospital and Brian ends up in counseling for his actions.
  • Resolution
  • "Dear Caleb: It gets more and more beautiful. I think most of the city is leaving me."
  • Brian goes to counseling after the fight and meets Caleb the counselor. Brian tells him all the details of his time in the wilderness. Caleb understands Brian's need for solitude and the fact that he needs to go back to the wilderness to be happy.
  • " I'll want to know how you're doing."
  • "I don't know how to thank you."
  • Caleb helps Brian figure out how to get back to the woods by planning to go back to see the people who helped rescue him. Brian keeps a list of things he will take back to the wilderness when he goes.
  • Brian is taken back to the Canadian Wilderness to "visit" the Smallhorn family by the bush pilot who brought him home after he was rescued 2 years ago.
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