In the beginning of the story, we meet the barbaric King, the princess, and the young man. The young man and the princess are in love with each other.
The rising conflict is when the princess and the man fall in love. A princess falling in love with a commoner is very dangerous.
The conflict in the story is when the King finds out about his daughter and the young man. The young man is put into jail and the King sets up a trial for him.
The climax of the story is when the princess tells the man which door to open. She tells him to go to the right door, but we do not know what is behind that door.
The falling action of the story is when the young man opens the door. He has no clue what is behind the door until he opens it.
The resolution of the story is that the princess fed the tiger to the point that it had to take a nap. The princess fed it before the trial to save her love. At the end of the story, the princess and the young man live happily ever after. Or do they?