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lady or the tiger

where is the setting in the lady or the tiger. the setting is in a kingdom.
what is the mood in the lady or tiger. the mood is serious.
what is the point of view in the lady or the tiger. the point of view is in 3ed omniscient.
who are the characters in the lady or the tiger. the characters are the semi-barbaric king the princess and the young man.
what is an example of suspense. suspense is which door is the young man going to pick.
what is an example of a symbol in the lady or the tiger. symbol is the doors because it represents life or death.
what is an example of irony. the princesses knew what was behind the doors but know one is suppose to know.
what is an example of foreshadowing. foreshadowing is that the king found out about the princes and the young man that means that the young man is going to go to the arena.
show an example of person vs. fate. the servant did not know which door to pick.
show a n example of person vs. self. the young man has to trust her.
Created by: angelgomez