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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Lady or the Tiger? Theme Composition The Tone/Mood Plot Structure Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution The theme of this passage would be "Don't Letyour emotions get the best of you." It relates to"Harrison Bergeron" because his emotions/actions got the best of him, and ended up him killed, even thought it was easilyavoidable. In "The Lady or the Tiger?" The ladycould've ended up killing a man because sheonly wanted him for herself. Introduces the barbaric kingand the doors of the lady or the tiger The King puts theprincess's lover in thecolosseum two pick between the doors. The Princess tells the loverwhich door to pick, and hepicks it. Author questions youon the princess'sfeelings towards tellingthe lover the right door Author leaves you the question, "Lady or theTiger?" The tone is sadistic. The kingloves humiliating others, andenjoys other people's deaths in the colosseum. The mood became a littlebit dark because of how violent these peopleare. "if he opened the one, there came out a hungry tiger. thefiercest and most cruel that could be procured, which immediately sprangupon him and tore him into pieces.""The criminal could not know out of which door would come the lady; heopened either he pleased, without having the slightest idea whether, in thenext instant, he would be devoured or married.""The tiger-cages of the kingdom were searched for the most savage andrelentless beasts.""but upon that hot-blooded, semi-barbaric princess, her soul at a whiteheat beneath the combined fires of the despair and jealousy.""was an agent of poetic justice, in which crimes were punished, or virtuerewarded, by the decrees of an impartial and incorruptible chance." By Frank Stockton By: Nick Monserrate
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