Alice Adams

Inciting Event: Alice arrives at the society party.

First Plot Point: Alice dances with the rich and handsome Arthur.

First Pinch Point: Alice’s brother reminds her that Arthur is supposed to be engaged to a society belle.

Midpoint: Alice is forced to admit to her father that their poverty is hobbling her chances to marry Arthur.

Second Pinch Point: Arthur hears the truth about Alice and her father and their poverty.

Third Plot Point: The dinner party where Arthur meets Alice’s parents is a disaster, and Alice sends Arthur away.

Climax: Alice’s brother stole money from his father’s estranged employer.

Climactic Moment: Alice’s father’s employer rehires him and promises him a raise, so he can better provide for his family.

Resolution: Alice makes up with Arthur.

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