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Boy: Tales Of Childhood Plot Chart
Transcript of Boy: Tales Of Childhood Plot Chart
By: Sam Brook Boy: Tales Of Childhood
By: Roald Dahl Exposition The rising action has many interesting parts to it. One of them is when Roald and his friends put a dead rat in Mrs. Pratchet's gobstopper jar and gave her a heart attack. The next really major event is when Roald went to Norway over the summer with his family. The last event is when Caption Hardcastle accused Roald of cheating on the test. Rising Action Roald overcomes all the adversities in life as he is growing up. He then gets a job and has to move to East Africa where he later becomes very successful as a famous author. Climax First he finishes school after making the decision to go to East Africa. Then, Roald discovers that there will be other men his age heading to East Africa and he looks forward to it. He then discovers that he wants to be a writer and becomes very successful. Falling Action The conflict is how Roald is going to get past all of the obstacles in life and how he'll make it past them. Conflict The resolution in this book is how as Roald grows up, he realizes life isn't so bad, and he can make it through anything. Resolution The setting of the exposition takes place in Norway, in the early 1900's. The main characters are Roald's mother, father, and sister. The theme of the story is growing up. Roald has to make it past all the obstacles in life, but as he grows up he realizes life isn't so hard. That is the main lesson in the story, that life isn't so hard once you get a new perspective on things. Theme