Group 11 - Group 1 Ligia Halvorsen Ivan Soto June 3, 2010...

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Group 1 Ligia Halvorsen Ivan Soto June 3, 2010 EBS 016-017 T HE TIGER AND THE LADY The story of the lady or the tiger, places the reader on the time frame that was conceder barbaric. There was a king with extreme methods, which were intended to punish or reward people’s behavior. The king enjoyed this method, because, he was merely involved with his own self gratitude, which it took place in the arena. Under the umbrella of justice the king allowed the accused to choose between two doors, these doors had similar perception, but each had different results. The absolute responsibility lay on the accused, by executing the opening of the chosen door. Behind one door was a ferocious tiger, which waited for the right moment to satisfy his thirst for blood. Behind the second door a gorgeous lady wondered to be married right on the spot, if chosen. The king had a daughter who was just as barbaric and powerful as her father. The princess was having a
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course EBS 031 taught by Professor Hummel during the Spring '08 term at Bergen Community College.

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