Little Red Riding Hood
Arts and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond
The people in early societies were very close they preserved history by telling stories about where they came from and life. They had stories about their gods, hunter, warriors, and leaders as we do today. In today's time, people teach their family about the stories we heard. "If science had been at the disposal of our ancestors on either side of the world they might have turned away from myth making in favor of observation and experimentation (R.Janara, T. Altshuler; nd.)".
The Brothers Grimm wrote a book called the Household Stories of Fairy Tales. One of the stories was Little Red Riding Hood. In the story, Little Red Riding Hood's mother told her to take some food to her Grandmother who is ill. While, Little Red Riding Hood is walking through the forest, she meets the wolf. Little Red Riding Hood tells him she is going to her grandmothers’ house. The wolf goes ahead of her. He eats her Grandmother and then waits for Little Red Riding Hood to come. When Little Red Riding Hood arrives, notice her grandmother is different. Little Red Riding Hood asks her grandmother why her feet are so big and when she does, the wolf jumps on her. She is screaming has she runs away from the wolf. Little Red Riding Hood runs into a hunter in the woods. She tells him what happens. The hunter goes back to the cabin, kills the wolf, and rescues poor Grandmother (1963).
The moral of the story is do not talk to strangers, even though she did not talk to him for long. Little Red gave him valuable information to where she was going. Look at what happen to her grandmother the wolf ate her. The lesson learn from this is to let your children no not to talk to strangers. There are very bad people in the world. They prey on children, especially when they are alone. Little Red ran and scream until she got someone attention.
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