What is the falling action in the story ‘‘And of Clay Are We Created’’ by Isabel Allende?

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In a work of literature, the falling action can be defined as that part of the plot that takes place right after the climax and just before the very end. In "And of Clay Are We Created " the climax, the moment of maximum tension in the story, is where Rolf shares some of the traumatic details of his past with Azucena, the little girl trapped in the aftermath of a volcanic eruption, whose spirits he tries to keep up during her terrible ordeal. Rolf...

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