Lady, or the Tiger


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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • There was barbaric King who enjoyed watching his people go into his colosseum for a game of luck, whether they were guilty or not. If lucky they were forced to marry whoever was behind the door they opened. If unlucky, they open the door to a hungry tiger.
  • Climax
  • The King had a daughter who, like him, happened to be barbaric. She had a boyfriend, the king wasn't so happy with. So to get rid of him, whether it was through the marriage or through death, he put him in the colosseum.
  • Falling Action
  • The princess had to find out who was behind the door of the colosseum. She was just like her father and she loved the little game of luck even if it is a little barbaric. The woman behind the other door just so happened to be one that she hated. One prettier and more desirable to her lover than herself.
  • Resolution
  • Entrusting his life with the princess, he chose the door she told him to go through. Which, he would hope would be the beautiful maiden whom he'd be forced to marry. He went through the door, confident his lover would lead him to the right one.
  • Little did he know... It was the tiger. The hungry tiger who quickly gobbled him up with ease and delight. The man almost devastated at the thought that he couldn't trust his own lover. Although, he did forget that she was just like her father.
  • As Romeo and Juliet would, they met once again in the afterlife, just as the princess had hoped. The End
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