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  • one year ago

WILL GIVE MEDALS! How is love stronger than jealousy in the Lady or the Tiger?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    This is what I have I think the lady would come out of the door. In the Lady or the Tiger, the bond between the man and princess was so strong that the princess was willing to see them together with her, she loved him and didn't want to see anything happen to him, and she wanted him to love her still. My question is Which is a stronger emotion—love or jealousy?

  2. anonymous
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    don't just think of the book. also think of real life situations, try to compare them to parts of the story, and just do it that way. if not, then try referring back to the book for answers.

  3. anonymous
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    I already have the real life situations I'm just more concerned about this part because that is what they are mainly looking for.

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