The Lady or The Tiger


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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • There once lived a semi-barbaric king. The king uses poetic justice to decide wether or not a person is innocent. The person who's accused is put onto trial; he has to choose between two doors in front of everyone in a amphitheater. One door held a tiger and the other held a blushing bride.
  • Climax
  • The king has a daughter that bloomed most of his personalities. His daughter fell in love with one her father's courtiers; a young man with the fineness of blood and lowness of station. The king found out and placed the young man to choose his fate.
  • Falling Action
  • The king went out and chose the worst beast of all along with the finest maiden to be the bride if she was chosen. However, the princess didn't show any liking to the maiden due to her jealousy with her lover. Through time, the princess learned which door held the tiger and which held the maiden.
  • Resolution
  • As the day arrived, the princess' lover looked at her for assistance. The princess raised her hand and made a quick movement, pointing to the left.
  • Every eye was fixed on the handsome youth as he made his way to the door the princess has brought him to.
  • The author left the audience in complete curiosity. He/She is making the readers decide upon theirselves in which door she led him to.
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