In the Exposition of this story, we meet the two main characters, the King and the Princess. We also learn all about the king's arena.
In the Rising Action, we learn about the Princess' lover, who is a commoner. We also learn that the king doesn't know about him, and wouldn't want them to be together.
The conflict of this story is the fact that the king finds out about the Princess and her lover. He throws her lover into jail, to await trial in the arena. The Princess finds out which door is which, and has to send her lover to his death, or to be married to someone else.
The climax of the story is when the princess waves her hand to the right. Then, the reader is left to wonder which door she sent him to.
The falling action of the story happens when the lover steps over and opens the door on the right. In suspense, we wait to find out what happened to him.
In the Falling action of the story, the lover throws open the door on the right. Out of the door comes....the tiger! The tiger devours the man in an instant. The Princess throws herself into the arena, and is also devoured. The End.