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The arena burst into a joyful shout. Everyone jumped up and down smiling including the princess, but no one knew her evil plan to poison the young woman at the wedding feast.

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Sam Culley Mrs. Greenwood English 8/ Period 7 9/21/04 The Lady or the Tiger? He turned, and with a firm and rapid step he walked across the empty space. Again, the man looked up to the princess and she smiled back at him. He knew that she would never do anything to harm him, so he walked towards the right door, and with a deep breath he opened the door. Slowly, out from behind the curtain walked a beautiful young woman. The arena burst into a joyful shout. Everyone jumped up and down smiling including the princess, but no one knew her evil plan to poison the young woman at the wedding feast. ...read more.

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They pointed a finger straight at the princess. There was a gasp from everyone in the room. The princess quickly slipped the bottle of poison inside her dress, but it was too late, for everyone had seen what she did. Luckily, the young woman had not consumed any of the wine. When the word had reached the king, he was deeply troubled. Just because he the murderess was his daughter he could make no exception. He would have to give her the trial as he did to the man. Her life would be decided on fate and decision. ...read more.

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She then turned and headed for the door on the left. With anticipation and anxiety she slowly put her hand on the door and thrust it open. For one second the arena stood still. The princess' heart stopped. Then she heard what she did not want to hear. The bone chilling low growl of a tiger as it slowly walked towards its prey. With a gasp and last breath left in her she screamed. The tiger then pounced and ripped her flesh to pieces. The crowed looked on in fright. Some thought it was right that she should deserve death, yet others felt the opposite, including the semi-barbaric king. So in turn for jealousy, the youthful princess got what she had intended to inflict on the maiden, death. ...read more.

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