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What, of this Goldfish, Would you wish?

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Jack Owens

on 15 September 2015

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Transcript of What, of this Goldfish, Would you wish?

What, of this Goldfish, Would you wish?
Plot Map
By: Jack, Nathan, and Matthew

Exposition
Setting: Modern time, Israel
Characters: Yoni, Sergei, The Fish
Yoni is doing a documentary and is asking people what they would do if they had three wishes.

Rising Action
Climax
The climax was when Sergei got annoyed with Yoni and threw the stove top at him and killed him.
Falling Action
The falling action is when the fish starts talking to Sergei and tells him that he can fix it all if he uses his last wish to save Yoni and make him come back to life. He used his first wish to get rid of his sister's cancer. He used his second wish to cure Sveta's boy. He didn't want to use his last wish until he had to because if he used it he lost the fish and the fish was the only person he ever talked to .
Resolution
The resolution was when the fish finally convinced Sergei to use his last wish on Yoni and he does use it. Then, Yoni comes back to life and everyone lives happily ever after.
The rising action is when Yoni knocked on Sergei's door and Sergei was fussing at him and didn't want him to come in.
Conflict
Man vs Man
The conflict is between Sergei and Yoni
Theme
The theme of this story is to be careful how you spend things because you never know how you might need to use them later.
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