The Three Little Pigs - The Three Little Pigs Plot ●...

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The Three Little Pigs Plot Exposition- The three pig brothers move from town to town trying to get away from the wolf’s constant bullying. They’re constantly trying to restart their lives and hope to find relief. Rising Action- With every town they moved to, the bullying started to get even worse. In their hometown, the wolf would physically bully them and nowhere was safe for them. Moving to another town made matters worse, the wolf began to verbally threaten to eat them for being overweight. The three pig brothers moved for the last time far away from the wolf, they found a brick house where they knew the wolf would never reach them. The wolf finds a way to still torment them through cyberbullying. No matter what, the wolf always found a way to bully them in some shape or form. Climax- The three pigs are continuously getting bullied and don’t know how much more they can take. One brother notices he is falling into depression and self harm, another begins to form an eating disorder, and the older pig tries so hard to keep them all safe. The bullying began to become very overwhelming and they tried everything they can to ignore it. They felt that no one was able to help them and they were all on their own. Falling Action- In their last stop, the older pig finds one of his siblings bleeding out in the kitchen and next to him was a note. In the note, the pig tells his siblings how they would be better off without him and that he couldn’t keep up with his depression. In a failed attempt to save his brother, the older pig vowed to put an end to the wolf’s bullying.
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