Plot of the Short Story the Street that Got Mislaid
1. Exposition
a.)Marc Girondin – the main character on the short story, who had worked in the filing section of the city hall's engineering department for so long that the city was laid out in his mind like a map, full of names and places, intersecting streets and streets that led nowhere, blind alleys and winding lanes.
b.)Michael Flanagan- who lives at number four,' she went on, 'a most interesting man, who said that if miracles happened, we should aid and abet them, who had the door built and put up at the entrance to keep out passers-by or officials who might come along.
c.)Jean Desselin -he's in number six and sometimes goes into the city returned.
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Marc Girondin had worked in the filing section of the city hall's engineering department for so long that the city was laid out in his mind like a map, full of names and places, intersecting streets and streets that led nowhere, blind alleys and winding lanes.
In all Montreal no one possessed such knowledge; a dozen policemen and taxi drivers together could not rival him. That is not to say that he actually knew the streets whose names he could recite like a series of incantations, for he did little walking. He knew simply of their existence, where they were, and in what relation they stood to others.
But it was enough to make him a specialist. He was undisputed expert of the filing cabinets where all the particulars of all the streets from Abbott to Zotique were indexed, back, forward and across. Those aristocrats, the engineers, the inspectors of water mains and the like, all came to him when they wanted some little particular, some detail, in a hurry They might despise him as a lowly clerk, but they needed him all the same.
Marc much preferred his office, despite the profound lack of excitement of his work, to his room on Oven Street (running north and south from Sherbrooke East to St. Catherine), where his
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IN CLASS TODAY: 'The Street that got Mislaid' 5: 10/11: HOMEWORK DUE TODAY: Please read chapters 2 and 3 of 'The Bad Beginning' by Lemony Snicket. Consider the personalities of the characters Count Olaf, Violet, and Klaus, and pick some adjectives to describe one of the characters. Client’s 2 February The symbol of filing cabinet is developed in “The Street that got mislaid” by logical and concise examples. Marc, the protagonist made a fantastic decision by going and seeing the obscure street just to see how the inhabitants resided there and he found that a lot of people found solace there and decided not to disturb their happy world, he could have easily given the.

The Street That Got Mislaid

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