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  • Do the scientists really know? Will it happen today, will it? 
  • Look, look; see for yourself!
  • It's like a fire, in the stove.
  • You're lying; you don't remember!
  • I think the sun is a flower, that bloom.
  • Aw, you didn't write that!
  • In the exposition William, Margot, and the rest of the class are in the classroom. Margot and William are looking out the windows at the sky and talking about how the rain will stop. William starts arguing with Margot saying that the scientist are wrong with their predictions.
  • NO!
  • The conflict is man vs. society because the kids hate Margot. The kids think that Margot is a know-it-all, and bully her about it because she's different than the others. The conflict could also be man vs. man because William shoves Margot.
  • Now don't go to far, you've only one hour.
  • The rising action is when Margot tells the class that the sun is coming out and tells the class her poem about the sun. The class disagrees with her and starts bullying her about her beliefs on the sun. The class is then in awe when they found out she was correct. 
  • The climax is when William and the students lock Margot in the closet. The kids see that the sun came out and go running outside. While the kids are outside, Margot is in the closet suffering in the dark rather than outside in the sun. 
  • Hey, everyone, lets put her in the closet before the teacher comes!
  • The falling action is when the kids run out into the field and enjoy the most amount of sun that they can get. The sun starts to go away behind the clouds and the kids start to feel droplets of water falling from the sky. Soon there a loud boom of thunder and the kids run back to the classroom.
  • Oh, it's better than the sunlamps, isn't it?
  • Much, much better!
  • The resolution is when the kids remember that Margot is in the closet and they let her out. William thinks it was just a joke, but the other kids feel bad and are upset with what they did to Margot. Margot's classmates are in awe with how much knowledge she had about the sun.
  • She's still in the closet where we locked her.
  • Margot!
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