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  • exposition
  • Grandma meets Mary Alice at the train station. She questions here on why she has a radio, and why she has a cat in her hands.
  • What is that black object by your side? What is that thing that is making that noise in your hand?
  • This is my cat named Bootsie and this is my radio.
  • rising action
  • After Mary Alice gets of the train from Chicago,they head strait to school.
  • What do you mean,"Where are we going"? We are going to school. You need to get used to all the people.
  • "Grandma why are we at the school? Please don't tell me I am already going to school on my first day."
  • rising action
  • Grandma went to go get a bottle of "homemade jelly". for Mildred the bully at Mary Aliices school
  • Oh dear, I am sorry, I will go get a bottle of homemade jelly for you grandma since you are not feeling well.
  • MY grandma is not feeling well. Get her some jelly!
  • Oh thank you for letting me go, now I can return to my real home.
  • climax
  • Oh thank you for letting me go! Now I can return to my real home.
  • Grandma unties Mildred;s horse because her dad stole it. She also puts her boots on the horse so she has to walk a 5 mile walk. Mildred was at the house in the first place to get a dollar.
  • Oh its the least I can do, nobody or anything wants to be with them Burdiks.
  • Mary Alice escapes from school during a tornado and decides to go to grandma Dodwells house because she is afraid she might get hurt.. The house does get really messed up.
  • What do you think you are doing! You should be in school right now. Are you crazy? Do you not see the tornado right next to you?
  • I can not be in that school knowing that youare in the house. Bootsie and everything else is about to get sucked into a tornado.
  • Mary Alice gets married to Roy Mcnabb, at grandmas house. grandma Dowdwell does the honors of walking mary down the isle.
  • Who will be walking Mary Alice down the asile to Mr. Mcnabb?
  • I will be doing the honor of walking my grand daughter down the isle.
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