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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 exposition resolution falling acrion Climax rising action rising action The exposition describes the time and the barbaric king. Also how the choosing betweent the two doors In the climax the boy is in the arena and must chhose between the two doors .Secreatly the princess figures out what door the tiger is behind. It made me sad for the boy because he only had a short time until he ah to make a life altering decision. In the falling action the boy and girl look at eachother and the girl points to a door. What is behind it? Durring the rising action the king finds out his daughter is dateing a boy and plans to put him in the arena. Tone mood AGGRESSIVE BECAUSE WHEN THE KING FINDS OUT THAT HIS DAUGHTER IS DATEING THE BOY AND HE FORCES THE BOY TO CHOOSE BETWEEN THETWO DOORS THE TIGER OR THE LADY. 1.¨a hungry tiger, the fiercest and most cruel that could be procured¨2. ¨The exercises, as in the other instance, took place¨ immediately¨3.¨in the next instant, he was to be devoured ormarried¨. 4.¨on the spot¨. 5.¨He did not hesitate nor waver¨. The Lady or the TigerBy. Frank Stockton In the resolution the story ends leaving you to chhose what doodr he opens. Tiger or Lady. For the theme comparison i picked The Capriciousness of Fate and the other shorts story Lather and nothing Else because they both have a decision to make. In lady or the tiger the princess must chhos to tell the boy to pick the door with the tiger or lady behind it. Compared to lather andnothing else the barber must chhose to kill the captin or let him live. They both have similar themes because they both the boy and the barbers fates could change.The barber would lose his reputation and the boy his life or his girl.
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