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    deeper message? During our childhood we were told stories of many sorts that directed a message to the reader, such as “The Little Red Riding Hood” by Charles Perrault. As children, our parents read this short story in order for us to receive the authors message to not talk to strangers or else something bad can happen. Children see tales such as “The Little Red Riding Hood” very differently than adults do. As adults, they see this young attractive village girl being tricked by the wolf who gathers

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    Little Red Riding Hood “Once upon a time there was a sweet little girl who always wore a red hood. . .” Most people know the story of little red riding hood. A mother sending her young daughter to bring some treats to her sick grandmother. The mother made sure that little red riding hood understands that the woods can be dangerous. She should not get distracted talking to strangers or looking at pretty things. She should stay on her trail to her grandmother home, but poor little girl did not expect

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    story Little Red Riding Hood was written partly to teach a lesson. In the French version, a young girl loses her virginity and is said to have “seen a wolf” that is what this story is based on. Little Red Riding Hood is about an innocent little girl who runs in to a wolf in the forest while she is on her way to her grandmother’s house. Her grandmother being ill, her mother had baked a cake and a pot of butter hoping that it would make her feel better; however, while Little Red Riding Hood was taking

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    Everyone knows the story of Little Red Riding Hood; there are some different versions all around the world. In my childhood, Little Red Riding Hood was a tale of a little girl who loved wearing a red riding hood, went to visit her sick grandma alone. On her way to grandma's house, a big wolf came and followed her, then ate both the grandma and little girl. At last, a passing hunter killed the wolf and opened his stomach, saved the grandma and little girl's lives. In my country, this story is used

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    A Victim of Violence: Little Red Riding Hood When imaging the ideal audience of fairytales, children are quick to come to mind, although, our perception of Little Red Riding Hood as an innocent fable is far from the truth. Alternatively, the origins of this story are derived from Italo Calvino’s “The False Grandmother”, a story immersed in symbolism and metaphorical symbols intended strictly for a mature audience. The preceding tale was “Little Red Cap “written by Charles Perrault and then later

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    How important are decisions? Well, decisions can effect the littlest of things, to the largest of things. Such as in “Little Red Riding Hood,” and “Goldilocks and the Three Bears.” Both girls make very forward decisions, and they both learn valuable lessons. In the story “Little Red Riding Hood,” little red riding hood makes a selection of choices that effect her future. In the beginning, she decides to deliver a basket of treats to her grandmother. Then later on, after a woodsman’s warning about

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    story of Red Riding Hood, her mother had asked for her help to bring a basket of wine and fruits for her sick grandmother. Her mother ordered her to stay on track and not to talk to any strangers on the way. However, she didn’t stay on path and she talked to a wolf. The wolf took all means to trick Red Riding Hood by disguising as her grandmother. He devoured Red Riding Hood and the grandmother. Little Red Riding Hood screamed and the woodcutter in the forest came to her rescue. Red Riding Hood learnt

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    The adaptations and interpretations of “Red Riding Hood” vary considerably, showing a plethora of reformations in time. Versions such as the one of main focus in this analysis have aspects of the modern era that we live in today incorporated into their hidden messages. They speak to both the audiences of children and adults, some being too explicit for children’s ears. The version that will be analyzed in this essay is a poem by Roald Dahl from his collection of Revolting Rhymes. This particular

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    over the years, we can see this progression. “Little Red Riding Hood” was first written in 1697, and since then has been in a constant state of evolution and change (Elmore). We will be looking at the 1697 version of “Little Red Riding Hood” and comparing it to newer versions; this will give us a chance to see how attitudes towards women have changed over the years. So that we don’t confuse the different characters, we will explore “Little Red Riding Hood” one story at a time. We are going to use Charles

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    Little Red Riding Hood” is a European fairy tale about a young girl and the big bad wolf with origins that can be traced back to the 17th century. There have been many different interpretations written of the story. “Little Red Riding Hood” by Charles Perrault and “Little Red Cap” by Brothers Grimm are just two of the many contrasting renditions. The two tales are similar, but they are also different. The variations of the story translate the same lesson to be learned at the end. Amongst various

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