When he reveals the problem he has with his daughter.
In "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson, the climax is when Tessie is declared the "winner," the falling action includes the townspeople gathering around her and stoning her, and the resolution is when the town's life returns to normal.
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In "The Lottery" by Shirley Jackson, the climax is when Tessie is declared the "winner".
because kara and dave love each other
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c.falling action because the a b and d is wrong
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An inherent oddity of history's Pocahontas story is that its climax is its beginning. Anything coming before the famous rescue scene usually amounts to background information on how John Smith and the English came into contact with Pocahontas and her people.