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THE LADY OR THE TIGE

THE LADY OR THE TIGER?

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What is the setting in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the setting is in the kingdom
what is the mood in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the mood is series
what is an example of person vs fate in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the young man knew that was the right door.
what is an example of person vs nature in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the tiger could eat the lover.
what is the point of view in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the point of view is 3rd omniscient
what are the characters in the story "the lady or the tiger?" the king semi-barbaric, the princes and the lover.
what is the suspense in the story "the lady or the tiger?". the suspense was which of the two door opens.
what is the symbol in the story "the lady or the tiger?". the doors, because they represent life or death
what is irony in the story "the lady or the tiger?". the lady came out of the door but also left the tiger
what is an example of foreshadowing in the story "the lady or the tiger?" foreshadowing is that the king found out about the princes and the lover that means that the lover is going to go to arena.
person vs fate conflict? the young man did not know which door to choose.
person vs person conflict?. the king is angry with the young man for loving the princess.
person vs self conflict? the princess knows which door the tiger is behind and which door the lady is behind. she must choose which door to tell her lover to open.
person vs. self conflict? the young man has to decide if he should trust the princess.
what is the point of view of the story? 3rd omniscient
who hare the characters? the princess, the king, and the servant.
what is an example of suspense in the story? when the young man opens the door, the reader doesn't know which door has chosen.
what is a symbol in the story? the doors in the arena symbolize life and death/ tiger symbolizes death arena symbolizes/ barbaric justice.
what is an example of irony in the story? if the young man open the door with the tiger behind it, it would be ironic because the princess told him to open the door on the tight, he THINKS she would tell him to open the door with the lady.
what is an example of foreshadowing in the story? the princess is semi barbaric like her father. this foreshadows the she probably tells the young man to open the door with the tiger.
Created by: emiliomedina
 

 



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