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The Lady or the Tige

What is the setting in "The Lady or the Tiger"? the setting of the story is
What is the mood in "The Lady or the Tiger"? the mood is serious
What are some conflicts in "The Lady or the Tiger"? person vs self conflict the princess knows whioch door the lady is behind. she must choose which door to tell her lover to open.
what is the point of view in "The Lady or The Tiger"? 3rd omniscient
who are the characters in "The Lady or The Tiger"? the king the princess the lady the tiger the lover
what is an example of suspence in the sotry? when the young man opens the door, the reader does'nt know which door he has chosen
what is a symbol in the story? the doors symbolize death/tiger symbolizes death/tiger symbolizes death arena symbolizes barbaric justice.
what is an example of irony in the story? if the young man opens the door with the tiger behind it, it would be ironic because the princess told him to open the door on the right, He THINKS she would tell him to open the door with the lady behind it.
what is an example of foreshadowing in the story? the princess is semi barbaric like her father this foreshadows that she will be just like her father.