I think it's the tiger but how do I give really good facts?

Expert Answers info

gbeatty eNotes educator | Certified Educator

calendarEducator since 2007

write2,654 answers

starTop subjects are Literature, History, and Science

That's a good slippery question. How can you give good supporting evidence when the story doesn't say explicitly if it is the lady or the tiger is behind the door?

The general answer is, if a work doesn't say straight out, look for clues and build a logical argument about them.

The specific answer is, look clues...

(The entire section contains 174 words.)

Unlock This Answer Now


check Approved by eNotes Editorial