Scarlet Ibis

Scarlet Ibis
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  • exposition
  • conflict
  • rising action
  • The setting was in the southern territory. They lived by a swamp. It was a family with the Narrator, the mother, father and his younger brother Doodle
  • Climax
  • The Narrators brother was born with disabilities that many people did not think he would survive. Almost everybody including Doodles parents, brother and doctor think that he was going to die. But only his aunt thought he would survive because she has a type of belief. The disabilities made the Narrator not like his brother.
  • falling action
  • The Narrator would try to get his brother to learn things such as to walk, get ready for school, how to swim. Doodle then sees a Scarlett Ibis die and the family does nothing about it. A storm occurs while the Narrator and Doodle were swimming . They started running and Doodle struggled to keep up with the Narrator.
  • resolution
  • When the Narrator was running. Doodle was still struggling because he was just taught how to walk. He screams out to his brother saying don't leave brother. But the Narrator still ran and waited for him inside. Doodle wasn't showing up which made the Narrator run back outside and look for his brother. He finds doodle next to a bush not moving.
  • Doodle was then to be revealed that he died with from the storm which shows how similar he was to the Scarlett Ibis because they died from the same occurrence and no one cared about the bird and no one helped Doodle
  • After Doodles death the Narrator realizes that it was his fault and he should've waited for his brother and helped him out knowing that he still had a hard time walking. He also realizes to really care for his brother which is what most of his life was about helping his brother be normal
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