Gabe Zaczyk-Hatchet

Gabe Zaczyk-Hatchet

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  • Exposition
  • was a small plane, a Cessna 406—a bush-plane—and the engine was so loud, so roaring and consuming and loud, that it ruined any chance for conversation. Page 1
  • The pilot was having a heart attack. Brian had been in the shopping mall with his mother when a man in front of Paisley's store had suffered a heart attack. He had gone down and screamed about his chest. An old man. Much older than the pilot. Brian knew. The pilot was having a heart attack. Page 5
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • While making the spear he had decided that what he would have to do was make a raft and pushpaddle the raft to the plane and tie it there for a working base. Somehow he would have to get into the tail, inside the plane—rip or cut his way in— and however he did it he would need an operating base of some kind. A raft. PAGE 60
  • Which, he found ruefully, was much easier said than done. There were plenty of logs around. The shore was littered with driftwood, new and old, tossed up and scattered by the tornado. And it was a simple matter to find four of them about the same length and pull them together Page 60
  • Its a rainy day Brian is going to his dads to visit 
  • Climax
  • As Brian notices the pilot had a heart attack he's trying to get help from the emergency transmitter until they can find his plane but then it loses signal and hes trying to land it near the lake b/c he knows it going down. And he is going to have to live in the wild.
  •                  Falling Action
  • The fish. He'd never really thought of it, but the fish—the fish he had been eating all this time had to eat, too. They had been at the pilot all this time, almost two months, nibbling and chewing and all that remained was the not quite cleaned skull and when he looked up it wobbled loosely. Page 64
  • As Brian is trying to remember he thinks he saw a survival pack at the end of the plane but he is trying to find a way to get in.
  • Resolution
  • TREASURE.Unbelievable riches. He could not believe the contents of the survival pack.The night before he was so numb with exhaustion he couldn't do anything but sleep. All day in thewater had tired him so much that, in the end, he had fallen asleep sitting against his shelter wall, oblivious even to the mosquitoes, to the night, to anything. But with false gray dawn he had awakened,instantly, and began to dig in the pack—to find amazing, wonderful things. Page 65
  • Brian soon finds a way to get to the plane but there is obstacles he has to cross if he thinks of getting the emergency transmitter
  • Brian looks around for the emergency transmitter then he notices all the fish been eating is the pilot and hes been eatin the fish
  • Brian has found the emergency transmitter to take him home 
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