"It wasn't easy for Jackie to keep any private life when the public wanted to know all about her, reporters and photographers watched her every move." Page 136
"They made excuses for Jackie, but it would come out later that the First Lady had been riding in the country or watching London Royal Ballet." Page 136
Setting- apartment, home, White House, Vassar Main Characters- Jacqueline, Jack Bouvier, Janet Bouvier, Lee Bouvier, Jack Kennedy, Grandfather Bouvier, John F. Kennedy, Aristotle Onassis, and Hugh Auchincloss Point of View- Third person
Conflict-Jackie hated how she couldn't have her own personal life, there was always photographers around. Conflict Type-Character v.s. Society
Rising Action- Jackie had to sneak out to go horseback riding, but she thinks reporters will find out from the hostess that covers for her. Jackie had to ride around in a carrige and be the center of attention all of the time and she didn´t like it.
Climax- Jackie and her husband were going through a tunnel in their carriage and suddenly, he got shot by an assassin.
"John F. Kennedy, thirty-fifth President of the United States, died almost immediately from wounds to his head." Page 140
Falling Action- After her husband's death, she was a mess and started smoking. She had to take care of two children all by herself, with no husband, and a lack of money. Jackie decides to pull herself together and do something about it.
Resolution- Since Jackie was having a hard time, Jackie married Aristotle Onassis and hoped that he would protect her and the children. Aristotle had his own private island, which was nice because all of the photographers couldn't follow her, but somehow they found a way. Jackie was famous all over again because her husband, Aristotle, died. Jackie then received $19 million and finally learned to live with reporters following her around.