The Princess and the Tin Box


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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • It's time for you to get married to the prince that his gift you'll like most.
  • I've got you this enormous apple made of solid gold.
  • Climax
  • As for me , I've got you a gigantic heart made of rubies.
  • A great jewel box made of platinum and sapphires is all yours.
  • I've got you nightingale made of a thousand diamonds.
  • I've got your majesty a tin box with flowers.
  • The king raised the princess to believe that she deserved the best materials in the world.
  • Falling Action
  • By the age 18 , her father sent an invitation to four kingdoms inviting the princes for his daughter's birthday and the price with the gift that she'll like, will get to marry her.
  • Resolution
  • While the four of the princes bring their expensive gifts, the fifth prince,who is poor but more handsome and strong, brings a tin box with flowers the princess has never seen it before.
  • The Princess and the Tin Box.
  • After all of them presenting their gifts, the princess finally decided to choose the one who've got her the platinum-and-sapphire jewel box, the gift of the third prince.
  • The princess and the victorious prince had an amazing wedding and they were showered in real pearls.
  • All those who thought the princess was going to select the tin box filled with worthless stones instead of one of the other gifts will kindly stay after class and write one hundred times on blackboard "I would rather have a hunk of aluminum silicate than a diamond necklace."
  • Moral
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