Objects & Places from The Lady, or the Tiger?

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The Tiger

This creature is described behind one of the doors that the accused must choose from. If he chooses the door that contains this creature, he is deemed guilty of his crimes.

The Lady

This creature represents innocence for the accused. Should he choose this door, his innocence of crime is proven.

The Arena

This is the setting where the trial of the accused takes place.

The Right Door

In the end of the main narrative, this choice is what is indicated by the princess's signal to the courtier.

The Galleries

This location is where the civilians gather to witness the trial of the accused.

Right Hand

This is what the princess uses to signal to her lover when he faces trial.

Gold

This is the means by which the princess ascertains the secret before her lover's trial.

Throne of State

This is there the king sits...

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