James and the Giant Peach

James and the Giant Peach

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  • Exposition
  • Inciting Incident
  • Here are some magical green objects
  • Rising Action
  • ahhhh
  • Once up a time there was a kid named James who became an orphan after his parents were eaten by a rhinoceros. He is sent to live with his Aunt Spike and Aunt Sponge. His aunts live in a small house on a hill.
  • Rising Action Pt. 2
  • James becomes very sad because he has no friends to play with until one day, when he sees an old man in his backyard. The man offers James a packet of magical green objects. The old man tells James to follow some rules then something spectacular will happen.
  • climax
  • James is so excited so he goes to run to a certain spot to plan them when he trips. James is very sad because the magical green objects disappear into the ground. He begins to resume his chores when he hears his aunts scream because they see a giant peach that James doesn't notice.
  • Falling Action/Resolution
  • Parade Day for James and his friends
  • James soon discovers that there is a giant peach growing outside in his backyard. After this event his aunts decide to build a fence and charge people to see the peach. Jame's aunts don't let James go near the peach, so James decides to go inside the peach.
  • When James goes inside the peach he meets some creatures named Miss Spider, Centipede, Earthworm, and a Grasshopper. The next day they cut the peach off the tree flattening everything in its way including Jame's aunts who die after that.
  • James and his new friends eventually land in the Atlantic ocean, hoping to drift to New York. They make it to New York and decide to live there inside of the peach. All of New York has a big parade for them. James is very happy now because and children to play with. Jame's new family is the insects who love him. Jame's lives happily ever after.
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