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Rip Van Winkle Mountain Story Map

Literature Project-Rip Van Winkle
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Noelle Yost

on 8 October 2012

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Transcript of Rip Van Winkle Mountain Story Map

Climax Exposition Rip Van Winkle
Story Map Resolution Rising Action Falling Action Definition:
Meeting of the Hudson Gang Definition:The process the story follows as it builds to its main conflict
-Meeting of the Hudson Gang Definition:Background information regarding the setting, characters, plot.
-Rip Van Winkle's wife sends Rip to the woods and tells him not to come back until he has food for them. Definition-That point of greatest emotional intensity, interest, or suspense in a narrative.
-Rip is asleep for 20 years and then awakes. Definition:All of the action in a play that follows the turning point. The falling action leads to the resolution or conclusion of the play.
-He walks up to the bar and asks where his friends are and everyone thinks he is crazy because they are dead and he didn't know that. Definition:The outcome of the conflict in a play or story. The resolution concludes the falling action.
-He finds his daughter and she takes him in and helps him catch up on what has happened. T E N :D H D E
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