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  • Love
  • (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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