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"Talking to Dupin about the murders in the Rue Morgue."
Exposition: Dupin is interviewed and tells the narrator he likes to analyze and investigate crimes which leads him to the murders in the Rue Morgue.
Conflict: The conflict is that there were two murders that did not have any culprit to associate with the crime.
"Talking to Dupin about the Orangutan."
Rising Action: Dupin finds a piece of non-human hair but also finds a ribbon tied in a sailors knot which leads him to believe the sailor is involved in the crime.
Climax: The climax of the story is when the sailor entered the room to talk with Dupin.
Falling Action: The falling action is the sailor explaining to Dupin the details about the orangutan murders.
Resolution: The resolution of the story was when the story revealed that an orangutan committed the crime.
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