(Exposition) This tale takes setting in a medieval - like kingdom with a "semi - barbaric" king in reign. - Stockton, p. 248
(Conflict) The princess, whom was as "lively and untamed" as her father, and a court worker fell in love. - Stockton p. 249
(Rising Action) When the king found out, he was 'enraged' and imprisoned the young man, setting the day for his trial. - Stockton p. 249
(Rising Action) The king ordered the land searched for the "fiercest tiger" and that the "maidens throughout his land were carefully surveyed" so that the man would have a fitting bride if that door were open. - Stockton, p. 249
(Climax) On the day of the trial, the people gathered. As 'the signal was given' the young man stepped out. The princess gave him a small signal with her right hand for him to open the right door, because she know what lay behind each. - Stockton, p. 249 & 250
(Resolution) When the door opened, the hungry tiger was revealed. The princess didn't want to give up her love, so instead let him die at the jaws of the wild cat. - Stockton, p. 251 & my ending
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