Analysis Of The Monsters Are Due On Maple Street

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Charlie (The Twilight Zone) Charlie is one of the main characters in “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” by Rod Serling. In the story there 's a science and superstition involved. There 's fears in people 's eyes. Their knowledge of superstition, and their imagination is ruining their lives. The people on Maple Street heard the sound of the roar and the flash of light, and they freaked out. They wonder what caused it. Some people assume it’s probably just a meteor, but some thought it’s an alien or some sort of dangerous creature. There were many great characters throughout the story. However, Charlie stood out the most because he keeps blaming people. Although many people were great characters, Charlie stand out the most because he was…show more content…
Next, what stand out the most in the story was that Charlie is very paranoid, and frightened. The fear and paranoia causes the neighbors to turn against each other.The residents of Maple Street are unable to control their fear. They all started to blame each other. They 're deciding who 's dangerous and who isn 't, and who 's safe or not. They 're pointing finger at each other. Charlie blame little Tommy for everything. He said Tommy was the one who knows about aliens, so he must be one. This leads to a serious problem, including a murder. For instance, they saw a dark figure from a distance and its walking toward them. They were very fearful, apprehensive, and they don 't know what to do. Then, Charlie slowly raises his gun and as the figure gets closer and closer to them, he pulls the trigger. Boom! The sound of the gun explodes. When they look at it, it 's a person. Charlie shoot Peter Van Horn. The problem with the people in Maple Street is that they’re paranoid, which leads them to doing something they shouldn’t do. In conclusion, Charlie stood out the most out of all the characters in “The Monsters are Due on Maple Street” by Rod Serling. The people on Maple Streets were very frightened of what they heard. At first, some thought it was just a meteor, but later on they think it was an alien. They were so worried about who or what it was. They started blaming on each other. They go against each other because they were paranoid, and frightened. However,
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