The Theme of Red Riding Hood

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The Theme of Little Red Riding Hood
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In life, everyone can remember a time when he or she was so innocently put themselves in harm’s way, like the girl in “Little Red Riding Hood”. The little girl was delivering a basket of goods to her ill

grandmother while on the way
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The reason why is because she was not around anyone it was just the wolf and the little

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girl. This goes back to the theme. The tone of the story was set when she entered into the woods. The negative vibe that the wolf gave and the reason he was speaking with her is initially because he was hungry. So, he then mislead her into telling him where she was going.
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1. negative vibe that What details from the story can you insert to

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