The lady or the tiger- Jada graham
By jadagraham, Updated
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In The very olden days lived a semi-barbaric king. He created an idea for criminals to pick their fate.
The criminals were faced in front of two identical doors, and forced to open one. Behind one was a lady that he would then marry, but behind the other was a hungry, fierce tiger.
A man who was accused of loving a princess, on a rightful charge, was sent into the arena. He was forced to pick a door, and the princess knew which door held which future.
He looked up to the princess, and she told him to choose the door on the right. So he did. What came out? The lady, or the tiger?
The author creates tension in the story by explaining how the princess doesn't like the lady behind the door. So you would obviously think she would lead him the the door without sudden death behind it, or would she? Which is worse seeing the man you love die, or seeing the man you love, live forever with a different woman?
This creates a cohesive story, because all of it leads up to what will be behind which door, but that is never revealed. So it creates a good cliff hanger.
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