What are the falling action in "A hanging" by George Orwell?
In my opinion, the falling action is everything that happens after the man is hanged. After that, the main tensions in the story start (at least a bit) to be resolved.
The main tension in the story is how the speaker will come to terms with the fact that he has participated in taking the life of a man. In the rising action, we see him coming to realize this is a problem.
In the falling action, he and others try to laugh off their moral discomfort. So the story ends with the speaker trying to ignore the basic tension he feels. This is as much of a resolution as there is in this story.
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