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Myop's Mom and Dead man/dead body
Past, End of summer, During the afternoon(sometime during the day), Late 1800's early 1900's 12(noon)
At a farm in the country(rural area)
In the woods
Possibly in the South
Happy, calm, Serious, creepy, sad scared
Man vs. Society
Myop vs.hardship of inhumane acts in society(people ganging up on the man and hanging him)
Myop was really happy, walking and exploring. She started walking to new and unknown areas. The mood and the setting get darker. Myop stepped on and found a dead body... there was a broken noose by the body. She dropped her flowers and left which were a memorial to the man, put the flowers down and goes home.
Myop draws conclusions as to what happened to the dead body.
The world isn't always a happy place. There is hatred in the world and people can do bad things.
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