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Freytag's Plot Diagram

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Ece Tumer

on 15 January 2016

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Transcript of Freytag's Plot Diagram

Freytag's Plot Diagram
Exposition
- The story takes place in 1931 in Jigalong.
- The main character (protagonist) is Molly.
- The antagonist is Mr A. O. Neville.
- Molly lives with her cousins Daisy and Gracie and they are half-castes.
Climax
- The girls find the fence.
- After the girls find the fence, they meet new people.
-As the girls walk, they also try to survive in the desert.
Who are the characters in "Rabbit-Proof Fence"?
What is the setting of "Rabbit-Proof Fence"?
When does the story take place?
Rising Action
Falling Action
Resolution
Plot: the structure or organization of events in a story.
- Molly, Gracie, and Daisy are taken from their families.
- The three girls arrive at Moore River Settlement.
- The girls escape from the settlement.
- Gracie leaves her cousins and starts walking in another direction.
- The color of the soil changes as Molly and Daisy come closer to Jigalong.
- Moodoo and the Australian police officer still keep following them.
- Daisy and Molly arrive at Jigalong.
- The girls and their families leave Jigalong and escape into the Western Desert never to be found by the Australian government again.
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