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The lady or the tiger
Transcript of The lady or the tiger
The handsome man is put on trial to choose the handsome man has to choose the lady or the tiger. (Stockton 45 -50)
Yet the princess knows which door the lady or the tiger is in (Stockton 49-50). It is up to the reader to choose the ending. Resolution Depending on what door was chosen, the princess either feels guilty or jealous for what she has done to the handsome man. If the man chose the tiger he would be eaten to death and if he chose the lady he would marry that same lady and be forced to not be with the princess or see her ever again. Foreshadowing and Flashback Foreshadowing - The princess is as semi-barbaric as the king and likes seeing people in pain. Flashback- The princess remembers seeing the lady that is behind one of the doors being with her lover, the handsome man, and laughing and having fun together. Protagonist-
the handsome man Antagonist-
The princess and the king Conflict Theme Man vs. man (handsome man vs king) Characterization Man vs. society (handsome man vs. crowd) Irony No matter which road you take, you will not come out successful. Man vs. self (princess vs. herself) The king- He is semi-barbaric. "He was a man of exuberant fancy, and, withal, of an authority so irresistible that, at his will he turned his varied fancies into facts". The princess is as semi-barbaric as her father, but she goes to the trial of her lover, the handsome man. (Stockton 49). (Stockton 50). The princess- She is semibabaric. She is in love with the handsome man. (Stockton 50). The handsome man- He is in love with the princess. He has to go to trial and he will either be killed by a tiger or have to marry a stranger. (Stockton 45 and 48). (Stockton 49). (Stockton 48 and 49). (Stockton 47, 48, 49, and 50). (Stockton 45, 47, 48, 49, and 50). (Stockton 48). Falling Action