The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas As A Rising Action And Falling Action In Literature Analysis
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Once upon a time in era so far far away the first story was made, which created the very first plot development. All enclosed in this plot development was a rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution. Authors ever since have been following this plot development structure and improving how stories are structured with every new writing. Even through the stories in Perine’s Literary Anthology such as “The Most Dangerous Game”, “The story of an Hour”, and “The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas.”, these plot structures are evident. All of these stories start with a rising action which is defined as, “a related series of incidents in a literary plot that build toward the point of greatest interest.”(Dictionary.com) Then, after the…show more content… He knocks on the door and is greeted by Ivan who says he cannot help him until General Zaroff comes to the door and invites Rainsford in his house. Finally, one of the last parts of the rising action in “The Most Dangerous Game” is when Zaroff says that he has found a new species of game to hunt. Rainsford is confused as to what he means at first but then realizes that General Zaroff 's new most dangerous game is humans. Zaroff wants Rainsford to then be his next prey. After Rainsford is coerced into agreeing and becoming the Generals next game, Zaroff finds Rainsford easily at one point in the story, but he lets him escape. Rainsford then runs for miles, so Zaroff eventually returns back to his house where the climax shows Zaroff’s surprise at seeing Rainsford hiding there. Zaroff says moments before they fight that, “the dogs will eat one of them that night while the other will sleep in the comfortable bed.” Rainsford wraps up the story by admitting that he has never slept in a more comfortable bed.
Louise Mallard is the main character throughout the entire story of, “The Story of an Hour,”and she has serious heart trouble. The rising action begins when Louise’s sister Josephine tells her about what has happened to her husband while he was at work. Her husband was involved in a railroad crash and had been killed. Louise then goes to her room to contemplate the death of her husband. While in her room, she cries while thinking about life without