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By: Ray Bradbury
Characters Heather Mom & Dad Lou Ann Nesbitt Dippy Charlie Nesbitt Old Man Kelly Police
Neighborhood Old Man Kelly’s Lot American Town 1980’s Setting
Follow your instincts; stick with your gut Be persistent! Looks can be deceiving. Theme
Third Person Limited Omniscient (The narrator knows what Heather is thinking and feeling.) Point of View
Suspense Suspicion Tone
Heather is on an errand and stops to read her comic; she hears screaming coming from the ground. Exposition
Heather’s parents don’t believe her. Dippy doesn’t believer her. Heather calls the cops on Mr. Kelly. Heather visits Mr. Nesbitt and runs away frightened. Heather stops humming to tell her dad goodnight. Rising Action
Heather’s dad recognizes the tune and races to find that Heather is gone. Climax
Heather’s dad stops Charlie Nesbitt by hitting him with a shovel and saves Heather. Falling Action
Police arrive. Lou Ann is saved! Resolution
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