Nooooo.! I'm not letting my daughter be with him...
I love you! But you have to go...
Noooo I don't wan't to go please.....
We are given details about the king. The semi-barbaric king uses a unique system of justice. He would put the "criminals" into the arena and have them choose between two doors. One of the doors is the lady and the other is the tiger.
The king's daughter falls in love .The king finds out about her daughter lover.He doesn't let his daughter be with him. Te princess lover goes into the arena to be sentence by others. The princess knows in which door is the tiger and the lady.
The princess points to the door that her lover has to choose. Her lover opens the door on the right that the princess told him to go. There is no turning back.
The princess describes her decision. Her lover gets with the lady and she feels jealous about her. She is not very happy about her lover.
There is no resolution the author leaves the reader not knowing what was behind the door. He leaves the reader to make their own judgment by choosing between the lady or the tiger.
Choices and consequences and they are consequences to all choices. The princess choices of fate by savings his lover lifes.