The exposition of the story is the door with the tiger and the door with the girl. In this scene the king is using the method for the lover to choose a door and to test his skills. If the boy picks the door with tiger he is killed. If the boy picks the door with the girl he gets the princesses.
The king finds out about their love affair. He challenges the boy and goes find the most wildest tiger alive and the prettiest girl. So their affair would end with what ever door he choose.
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The climax is this scene. This is the climax because we wait to see if the princess will tell her lover which door to pick because she know what each door has behind it. It determines their future.
If I choose the door with the girl I watch him marry her.
If I choose the door with the tiger I watch him die.
The falling action is the princesses pointing at the right door. This is telling him to pick the right door and him thinking its the lady and her knows if it is or not.
The resolution is nothing. he author ends the story on this so you do not know if the tiger comes out or if the lady comes out.
The central ideas is choices and consequences (cause and effect). If the princess choices the door with the tiger she will watch her lover get eaten by the tiger. If the princess choices the door with the girl she will watch him marry her.