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A brilliant short story demonstrating how a truly balanced set of dilemmas can allow a reader to conclude two different endings. In this case a young man is faced with two doors. One holds a door with a ferocious tiger. The other? A beautiful lady whom he would immediately marry. The struggle comes not so much in defining a choice, but the reasons that brought the young man to the choice, and who helps him make the choice.

An acclaimed title narrated by Glenn Hascall.

Public Domain (P)2015 Glenn Hascall

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A very interesting story

This was a very insightful and thought provoking story. I highly recommend it. This story really makes one think up their own ending. I also feel that this is an interesting book and topic of discussion for any college courses.

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There might not be a certain ending but the plot was fair and interesting enough