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Tonight is the night! It will be done!
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I admit it! I admit that I killed the old man!
The rising action is the part in the story where there are questions being made and events to lead up to the climax. The boy gets furious and kills the man. ¨It was wide open. I grew furious as I looked at it. I could see it perfectly-dull blue with an ugly film over it that chilled my bones¨.
The climax is usually the most exciting part of the story and leads to the answers to all the questions throughout the story. In the climax the policemen ask a lot of questions and the boy is so calm when talking to them. "I smiled and invited them in. The scream, I said, was my own. I had been dreaming...I took them all over the house. I told them to search - search well."
The resolution is when the story is clearly coming to and end and all the pieces are put together.In the resolution is when the boy looses his mind and confesses that he killed the man. " 'Villians' I screamed. 'Enough! I admit the deed! Tear up the planks! Here, here! It is the beating of his hideous heart!".
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