The Lady or the Tiger

The Lady or the Tiger

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  • Rising Action
  • In the medieval time period, there lived a semi-barbaric king. The king was self centered, and whenever he and himself came to an agreement of some sort, it was done. The King invented a life or death event in which if he can't find out whether a person is innocent or guilty, they will choose their own fate by picking one of two doors in which a lady or a tiger will be behind that door.
  • Climax
  • But, out of the King's knowledge, his daughter and a young, brave, and handsome man were secretly in love. For many months, the King's daughter and the young man both had continued this love affair and were happy with each other.
  • Falling Action
  • Unfortunately, the King found out about the existence of the young man and his daughter together and immediately put the young boy into trial. Never before had someone dared to love the daughter of the King.
  • Resolution
  • On the day the boy's trial was appointed, the kingdom was interested on what the boy's fate will be. The King was very interested in how the boy will choose his fate, but whatever door the boy chooses, he will be disposed of.
  • The King told his men to find the biggest, savage tiger they could find in the cages, and to find the most beautiful subject they could possibly find in their kingdom. The princess knew which door the tiger or the lady is behind, but does she want her lover to go and marry another beautiful girl, or get ripped to shreds by a savage tiger?
  • The princess came to an excruciating conclusion that will change her for the rest of her life. The young boy saw her lift her hand so that only he could see and made a slight, quick movement to the right. Now one saw this but her lover and headed for the door on the right. Behind the door on the right was a the tiger and the young boy's heart dropped. It was painful for the princess to make this decision, but she didn't want to have to live through the pain that her loved one is with another.
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