The Lady or The Tiger

The Lady or The Tiger
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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Climax
  • The king is semi-barbaric but also civil.  When a subject was accused of a signifigant crime, public notice was given and the accused would choose their fate in the arena.  The king had a daughter who was civil and barbaric also.  She was the apple of his eye just like in any other father-daughter relationship.  One of his courtiers was a young man who loved the royal maiden.
  • Falling Action
  • One day the king found out about this love story and was not happy about it.  The youth was put in prison until his appointed day where justice would be served.  He finally was in the public arena, but the challenge was choosing the correct door, and trusting the princess who was pointing him towards the right door.
  • Resolution
  • The young lover is brought into the public arena to choose his fate the lady or the tiger.  He looks to the princess and he trusts she will lead him to the correct door.  She points at the door and he opens the door.
  • Theme
  • After he opened the door he screamed in horror.  The audience including the king and princess watched in horror as he was mauled to death by the viscous tiger.
  • The young man opens the door to the right thinking that this door is going to have a fair maiden, but because the princess is so jealous of the maiden she points him towards the door with the tiger behind it.
  • Life isn't always full of true justice sometimes people get eaten by tigers or have to marry a person they don't really love.  That's just life.
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