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Plot Diagram for Rikki Tikki Tavi

Literary Terms - Plot notes
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Gilbert Mendivil

on 10 January 2015

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Transcript of Plot Diagram for Rikki Tikki Tavi

Exposition
Rising Actions
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
Exposition
The story is set in India during the late 1800's when the British had control over that country. The protagonist is a mongoose who is found washed up in a burrow. He is found by humans and decides to live with them.
Rising Action
Action #1: The next day Rikki explores the garden, meets Darzee and Darzee's wife two birds that live in the garden. They are crying because one of their eggs was eaten by Nag, a cobra that lives in the garden.


Action #2: Rikki is confronted by Nag at the time and is unsuccessfully attacked from behind by Nagaina a.k.a. Nag's wife.
Climax
Rikki accidentally over hears Nag and Nagaina whispering about how they would try to strike at the human father of the family. They also plan to hunt for Rikki after they kill the father.
Rikki and the rest of the garden creatures help the father defeat Nag. They finished Nag with a two barrel round from a shotgun into the back of his skull.
Falling Action
Resolution
Rikki later gets in a feud with Nagaina. Nagaina is killed in the feud. Rikki spreads the good news to all the creatures that all of the garden cobras are dead.
Plot Diagram
Theme:
The theme in this story is loyalty and finding the courage to do something brave that will help others as well as yourself.


The story is told from a third person point of view, in the form of a narrator.


Point of view:
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Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
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