Walrus an the carpenter

Walrus an the carpenter
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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Conflict
  • "Sorry oysters but were ready to have a feast an your the meal"
  • "No please don't eat us we don't taste very good"
  • Exposition:The walrus an the Carpenter walking on the beach
  • Climax
  • "These are going to be tasty"
  • Rising Action:1 The Walrus an the Carpenter were walking on the beach asking the oysters if they wanted to go for a walk.2 The Walrus an the Carpenter were asking the oysters if they wanted to go for a walk an they agreed.3 But the oldest did not he stayed behind.4 The yougest oysters put on there coats an shoes an joined the walrus an the carpenter.5 Then they started to talk an walk down the beach together.
  • Falling Action
  • Conflict: The conflict of this poem is as the walrus,carpenter,oyserts were walking the Walrus told the oysters that they were acutely only on the walk so they could eat them. The oysters pleaded for the Walrus an the Carpenter to not eat them but it was no use.
  • Resolution
  • "I deeply wish we could go back an an undo our mistake of eating the oysters"
  • Climax:The climax of this story is when the walrus tells the oysters that they were going be eaten.
  • . Falling Action:1 the Walrus finishes breaking the news to th oysters.2The Walrus an the carpenter had there meal.3After they finished eating the Walrus started to feel guilty.
  • "I kind of feel bad for eating the oysters"
  • Resolution:The resolution of this poem was that at the end the Wlarus started to feel bad about what he did but the Carpenter didn't care.
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