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Plot: Tuesday of the Other June

Analyzing the plot of "Tuesday of the Other June"
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Diane Eisner

on 13 October 2013

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Transcript of Plot: Tuesday of the Other June

Time and Place:
in the present at June's
swimming class and home

Characters:
June T is a mean girl who bullies June M.
June M. - a girl who is being
bullied by another girl

introduces the setting (time and place), important background information, and
important characters
Exposition
"Tuesday of the Other June" is set in a town and, more specifically, at the pool, in the classroom, and at June's house; time period is modern day
Background:
June M. lives happily
with her mother until she
starts a swimming class
Rising Action
conflict(s) arise; distinct events that move the conflict toward the climax
The two Junes meet and June M. bullies June T.
June decides that Tuesdays are "Awfulday" and spends her time avoiding Tuesdays
June is relieved to move to a new house with her mother, but notices that June M. lives nearby
June goes to her new school and finds June T. in her new class
The bullying continues and June fears that all her new classmates will tease her too
Climax
the turning point; the height of action in the story
June T. stands up to June M. and says "No More"
Falling Action
the aftermath of the climax
June M.'s cheeks turn red and she steps away from June T.
June T. stands up to her again, and everyone laughs when June M. retreats to her seat
Resolution
the end of the story where all conflicts are resolved
June T., twirling her braid, knew this was the last Tuesday of the other June. Her bullying problems were over.
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