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I wonder if he will wake up tonight!
Can we look around the neighbors heard a scream.
Sure! Come right in!
"And every night at midnight, I opened his door. When I had made an opening large enough for my head, i put a lantern in." The rising action is a related series of incidents that build toward the point of greatest interest. The boy went in the room eight nights to wait for the mans eye to open.
"Finally it stopped the man was dead." The climax is a point at which the conflict is resolved and the story outcome is clear, the turning point of a story. The boy suffocated the man with a bed.
"I smiled and invited them in" The falling action occurs after the climax has been reached and the conflict has been resolved, starts to wrap up the story. The police come to his house to search it because the neighbors heard a scream.
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