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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Lady or The Tiger? By Frank Stocktoncreated by Justin Robinson Tone of the passage The tone of the passage was very thought-provoking and here are some quotes that support the tone."Which came out of the opened door - the lady, or the tiger?""Would it not be better for him to die at once, and go to wait for her in the blessed regions of semi-barbaric futurity?"Now, the point of the story is this: Did the tiger come out of that door, or did the lady?"The question was asked in a flash; it must be answered in another." The mood I had matched the tone of the passage because I had many thoughts of what would happen next in the story. It left me thinking more of whatthe princess wanted the man to choose The PLOT structure Exposition- The exposition is when the author reveals the semi-barbaric king and the ways he does things in his kingdom and how he executed people with eitherhaving a tiger maul the person, or wedding him abeautiful bride. Rising action- The rising action of the story "The Lady or the Tiger" is when they introduce the princess and her lover who was arrested and then is put into jail and set up for the trial by the King of the tiger or the lady. Climax- The Climax of the story is when the princess finds out which door the Tiger and lady will be behind and at thetrial as the lover looks up at the princess, she signals her to the right, showing him which door that he should choose, what she wants. Rising Action- The Rising action that is in the short story is when the lover goes up to the doors and begins to choose which door he will open. Does he go with the Princesses advice and go to the right, or does he choose the left thinking she will want the tiger to come out? Resolution- The Resolution is, well, there is not a pure "resolution", it ends you with a question of whether or not the lover chose the lion or the Tiger, and youhave to infer whether or not the lady or tiger came out? A text that shares similar themes with the story "The Lady or the Tiger" is the short story "Lather and Nothing Else" in playing therole of god. This shown as the princess motions to the right, telling the prince which door he should go to, showing whether or notthe man lives and is wedded, or he is mauled by a tiger and then dies. In "Lather and Nothing Else", the barber could have killedthe general of the other force he was against and ending his life with the flick of a wrist. This is how the themes of both "TheLady or the Tiger" and "Lather and Nothing Else" are both shown as playing the role of god.
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