the lady or the tiger

the lady or the tiger
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  • Exposition
  • The Lady Or The Tiger
  • Conflix
  • Rising Action
  • Once upon a time in a far away kingdom was a king who was deranged. He punished anyone who broke his laws in his kingdom. He would sit high on his throne and watch as the one being punished would pick a door, two doors side by side, one having a tiger in it and one door leading to his bride.
  • Climax
  • In the king's kingdom there was a brave and handsome man who found romance with the king's daughter. They could only hide their love affair for so long until the king discovered it. The king was displeased to hear about their love affair and threw him in prison. The king had set the date for trial in the kings arena to pick his fate behind one of the doors. 
  • Falling Action
  • The king was so furious that he searched for the worst beast he could find. Even if things worked out and the young man chose the right door, the king had plans of his own. To take care of the young man who dare to love his daughter, the king's daughter learned to find out which door contained the tiger and which one had the lady in it. 
  • Resolution
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  • The day had arrived where the young handsome man must pick a door to determine his fate. The king and his daughter sit there on the throne looking out into the arena. The young man looked over at the princess, as she made motions indicating that to the right was the door he should pick.  
  • The young man standing in the arena looking at both doors all eyes looked upon him the young man trusted the princess. For he had faith in her and loved her, without hesitation he walked toward the door to the right and opened it.
  • The young mans fate was unknown as the author of this story had us all guessing if the door lead to the tiger or the lady.  We all hope for the same ending a happy one that they would live happily ever after but the question remains unknown.
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