The Lady or the Tiger

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • In a kingdom, long ago there lived a semi-barbaric king who ruled over his people. This king had an arena built for people accused of a crime who would be held on trial in this arena, for the people to see. He also had a daughter which he loved so very much.
  • Climax
  • His daughter was the apple of his eye, and she was was loved by him very much. The king's daughter was in love with a peasant but no one knew about. The king was furious when he had found out that someone dared to love his daughter.
  • Falling Action
  • The king held trials in the amphitheater for those who have committed crimes. There were two doors and the door they chose became their consequence. Behind one door would be a tiger, and behind the other door was a lady ready to be marry the person on trial. The daughter's lover was put on trial.
  • Resolution
  • It was the day of the peasant's trial and the king's daughter became worried. She had knew that he would have to choose his fate. She stood in that arena watching him along with the dozens of other watchers. She also thought about the lady who would stand behind one of the doors at her lovers' trial and she hated her.
  • He came out of the doors and stood in the arena with the mystery of what was behind those doors. He saw his lover and he asked with the expression, "Which door?" She thought for a second, and raised her right arm only for him to see.
  • The peasant in the arena opened the door his lover has said to open. The question is, did the lady or the tiger come out of that door. Did the king's daughter allow her jealousy to influence her decision? Or did she choose for him to live, but in the arms of another woman?
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