Summary - Ysrael

Summary - Ysrael - Paul Burkhart Ysrael by Some Mexican Guy...

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Paul Burkhart Ysrael by Some Mexican Guy Plot – Exposition: Section 1 is actually the beginning of the ending, I think. After this short and mysterious section 1, we begin the true exposition in section 2. We get the story of the narrator and his brother Rafa. We find out that they are sent to the campo every summer by their mother and do some work. Rafa also get some action though. We find out he gets more back home at the Capital city. We get a very good and clear picture of the relationship between the narrator and his brother Rafa. It isn’t good or healthy. Rafa is obviously the superior one, seeing as he is three years older than the narrator, and the narrator would do anything his brother told him to do, even if it isn’t what he wants to do. The narrator lives his life through the feeble hope that his brother will take him along through his life. The narrator has no personality except through what the brother provides him. The story is pretty much about Rafa’s actions told through the eyes of his little brother who idolizes him. We also see in this exposition that Rafa is a very seeming emotionless and cold person. Rising Action: The Rising Action begins when we are introduced to Ysrael’s character; who he is, how he became that way, and what everybody else thinks of him. The action continues to rise as Rafa begins executing his
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