Midas

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • I wish he would've chosen something more worthy .
  • Rising Action
  • The myth is trying to explain how wealth wont always bring you happiness. Yes, money is needed but its not always going to help you in the long run, only you and you lived ones canPeople may need money but it also brings trouble.
  • Climax
  • One conflict in the story was when Bacchus thought that Midas made the wrong  decision when deciding his reward. He thought this because it wasn't only selfish but it wasnt going to get im anywhere in life.
  • Falling Action
  • One of the rising actions in the story is when he started touching the stones and sod making it turn into gold , as everything else did.
  • Resolution
  • When he went back to the river to make everything go back to normal and get rid of the horrible reward he had asked for, but when he touched the river it turned everyone and the sand into gold. Which meant he was stuck with that reward for a lifetime.
  • Sadly, Midas, couldn't find an end of his Issue. He hated his gift and would have to deal with it until it was his time.
  • One of the good things that came with his horrible gift is him becoming The God Of The Fields.
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