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    largely replaced by the five-act structure but can still be found in use today. The five-act structure, utilized by numerous famous playwrights including Shakespeare, is compromised of five key components an exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and denouement. The Crucible, a play written by Arthur Miller, does not follow the traditional five-act structure as it is composed of only four acts; however, despite having a fewer number of acts it still contains the same five…

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    and leaves to go study at the university in Ingolstadt. Rising Action: The creature the real world in search for a companion and someone he can be with. To nobody’s surprise, the creature is rejected and not accepted due his appearance and unique build. After his feeling of revenge is evoked, he sets out to get revenge on his creator. Climax: After Victor listens to the creature’s story explaining why he needs a companion he makes a promise to the creature that he will compose a female…

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    Notes: I. Fable: A. Fable: A short story with a message, usually one involving a moral. More often than not characters are talking animals. II. Plot: How the story unfolds A. Dramatic situation: a person is involved in some conflict, character vs self, character vs character, character vs society, character vs nature, or character vs god. B. Beginning, middle, and end. 1. Exposition: “The opening portion that sets the theme.” a) Complication: conflict b) Protagonist: “good guy” c) Antagonist:…

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    1. What is your initial impression of this work? My initial impression of this work is it's a classic taboo relationship. Shakespeare has many stories with these lovers quarrels. 2. What is the genre of this selection? The genre of the selection is romance with a hint of fiction. 3. What is the exposition of the story? What is the rising action or actions in this story? What is the climax of this selection? What is the falling action in the story? What is the denouement in the story? The…

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    The plot of the story is very intricate with its rise and fall of action as well as its multiple smaller climaxes besides the main climax. The story begins with assigning Heyward the mission to reunite the two girls Cora and Alice with their father at Fort William Henry, and with the aid of Magua as their guide. Heyward’s party runs into Hawkeye’s and they join forces but it is found that Magua is a traitor when he has lead Heyward astray. The men stage an unsuccessful attempt to capture Magua,…

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    ( Include characters) who: superman Save the bank from getting robbed and save the innocent people from dieing . This happened last year before christmas when everybody was taking out their christmas money. In the middle of the town and there were cops everywhere and there was nowhere to hide because they were surrounded with helicopters. They are robbing the bank because one of the robbers used to work there as a security guard because his boss thought that he was stealing…

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    As I read the story "Berenice" I came to conclusion that the theme of the sroty is material things don't count in a marriage its all about the love you have for your spouse. I chose that theme because Egaeus married Berenice and didn't actually love her he was only with her because she loved him and he did not want to hurt her feelings. He was also married to her because she had beautiful teeth that that was the only thing he loved about her. The exposition of the story is when Egaeus introduces…

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    One such event is when Fred Higgins arrives at the front door of Colonel Norwood’s and heatedly informs him of Bucks inappropriate behavior around town. He continues to tell him that “a darkie’s got to keep in his place down here” (Hughes 1622), and that Norwood needs to stop being decent to him and get him under control or the white folks in town will have to handle him. The next rising action occurs when Bert defiantly uses the front door, which is explicitly designated for white people only,…

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    I. Plot Timothy Mooney’s Breakneck Hamlet takes what would be a 4-hour play and breaks it down into just about an hour long performance. The story truly begins when Prince Hamlet’s father is murdered, believed to be murdered by his own brother and Hamlet’s uncle. Hamlet’s mother than marries her now dead husbands believed murder and brother, Claudius. The rising action occurs when Hamlet passes up the opportunity to kill Claudius, as he appears to be praying and Hamlet does not want to give him…

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    The exposition being with a quick explanation of the marriage law with the Athens towns and the conflict between the character, Hermia, has with her father. Egeus want her to marry a man named Demetrius, but Hermia is in love with Lysander, her lover. Thus beginning the rising action, the couple plan to escape the arranged marriage, she and Lysander elope into the woods. Demetrius follows them, and he is pursued by Helena, who nurses an unrequited love for him and is Hermia's friend. Then…

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