Main purpose of this lecture is to present on “The Lady, or the Tiger” by Frank R. Stockton. A literary plot has five elements: Exposition; Rising Action; Climax; Falling Action and Resolution. Exposition: During a plot’s exposition, the author gives background information about the story and introduces the story’s characters and setting. Rising Action: Rising action is the series of events that lead up to the climax, or most dramatic moment, of the story. Climax: The climax is a story’s most dramatic and revealing moment. It usually comes near the end of a story and satisfies the reader’s curiosity about what happens.