The Lady and the Tiger

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • Long ago there was a semi-barbarically king, and had a arena and the arena wasn't used gladiator fights but instead was used for judging people that have been accused of a crime. There are two doors, one door has a tiger and one door has one of the fairest ladies in the land.
  • The king also had a daughter, and the daughter was meeting a peasant without her father knowing this and this continued on merrily for a while until her father the existence of this relationship.
  • Falling Action
  • Resolution
  • The king, trailed the boy as soon as possible and made sure that he would never see the princess again.
  • The day came, and he had relied on the princess to give him the door that she felt was right, but for she knew the door on the left was the lady and the door on the right was the tiger.
  • There he stood in front of the two doors. He looked at the princess and she signaled towards the right door. He took his steps forward to the right door and opened it.
  • The door flung open and the crowd knew that his time was over. The tiger leaped out and ferociously torn him apart bit by bit. There the princess was, crying cause her lover had been killed, but she knew this was better than letting him love someone else.
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