Exposition: The Barbaric king strives to keep everything in order. He makes up all the rules him self and his justice is carried out in his arena. He believes the things that happen are because the law of chance.
Rising action: The accused person is to choose between two doors. Behind one door is a tiger that will kill and behind the other is a lady that they are forced to marry. The king forces them to marry even if they aren't in love because he believes that is how justice is carried out.
Climax:The young man and the princess exchange looks because she knows what is behind each door. She debates on telling him because no matter what she will loose him. She is jealous of the other women and knows that the tiger can kill him. She eventually tells him to choose the right door.
Rising action: The princess falls in love with one of the young men that works at the castle. He is a poor worker but even though he is handsome and brave the king will still not approve. After he finds out he sends the man to jail.
Rising action: The young man was placed in jail. While he awaits, the king searches for the strongest beast and the most beautiful women. He now gets ready because soon he has to choose between the two doors.
Falling action and ending: The author stops the story and wants the reader to decide. The answer to what was behind the door is all about how you see the princess. Do you think she would let him be happy with another women or will she let him die.