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"Rain, Rain, Go Away" By Isaac Asimov teia rodrigues
During the exposition, the Sakkaros just moved into the neighborhood. Lillian, the neighbor, was very curious about these people because she thought they were strange. Meanwhile, her husband couldn't care less. She thought they were strange because they went inside the house every time there was a cloud in sight, even if it was sunny, just so they could avoid the possible rain.
The action starts to rise when Lillian goes to her neighbor's house to meet Mrs. Sakkaro. She realizes the kitchen is spotless and looks unused . Also, she notices that Mrs. Sakkaro makes sure that no water lands on it's surroundings, and does this casually and like it's normal. Then, she invites them to the park and the sun brings barometer to make sure they are prepared for rain.
The climax happens when it starts to rain at the park and the Sakkaros are freaking out. They keep telling George and Lillian that they all need to leave that instant. Also, that the reports said it would be fair weather and that it could rain. So they got in the car and started to drive home.
During the falling action it was very suspenseful. There was a lot of tension with the Sakkaros and the weather. Mrs. Sakkaro asked if George could drive faster. Also, there was no lively conversation and when they got home the Sakkaro family looked frantic.
In this story there is a resolution, however it is a weird and mysterious one rather than a happy one. In the end once they finally arrive at the house the Sakkaros say thank you then sprint across their really long yard. Then, because it's raining, the Sakkaros melt like cotton candy leaving Lillian in shock.
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