This section covers the 'Rising Action' of the plot. In this part of the story, Bill and Sam have some problems with their plans and try to deal with it. Also, Bill has difficulties with handling the kidnapped child. This part describes specifically, about how things go quite wrong with what Bill and Sam expected, and character's desperate feelings about it.
One of the problems they had to face with, was the lack of ability to control such a naughty, troublesome child. The child threatens Bill with a knife, or put a red hot boiled potato down of Bill's back. Instead of taking control of the child, Bill had fear with the child's endless naughtiness. Another problem was that things went contrary from what they planned. They expected a chaos in the town and thought that desperate parents of the child would do everything for their child. However, they could see a typical scene of a peaceful countryside. Eventually, they had to fix their plans.
The first literary element .......
was that it was written in first person point of view. The main character, Sam, is the storyteller. Becoming "I" in the text, he describes his own...