Exposition: The narrator meets Dupin at a bookstore where both were looking for the same book. They wanted something that they thought they would enjoy and get into.
Who did this? I can figure this out, I am going to help and solve this.
Conflict: Dupin is determined to put all the clues together to prove his abilities. They all are trying to find the guilty one of this murder.
Rising Action: One day they are reading a newspaper and one particular murder caught their attention. A murder that was very unique and never heard or thought of.
Climax: Dupin and his friend read all the details of The murders in the "Gazzette Des Tribunaux", and they discovered that Le Bon was accused as the guilty one. Without any doubt that last fact triggered Dupin to wanting to figured out the truth. The saillor was also apart of the climax and joins into it all the instant he knocks on the door.
Falling Action: Dupin and his friend decided to go to the crime scene, and Dupin got clues that could solved the crime just with a few observations being made.
Clues: The sound, the open/ broken window,hair, strength and body.
Resolution: Dupin talked with the sailor who was the owner of the orangutan and he corroborated all the situation. The Otrangutan was captured. Le Bon was released from any charge that he had on him because he was not guilty.