The Wolf and the Seven Little Goats
Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm were the greatest fictional writers the world has ever known. They are famous for their classical collections of folk songs and folktales, especially for Kinder and Hausmarchen; generally known as Grimm’s Fairy Tales, which helped to establish the science of folklore. Stories such as Snow White and Sleeping Beauty have been retold countless times over many generations, but they were first written by the Brother Grimm. In their collaboration Wilhelm selected and arranged the stories, while Jacob, who was more interested in language and philology, was responsible for the scholarly work.
The Wolf and the Seven Little Kids is also one of their outstanding works. It is not the most popular folktales but it certainly illustrates examples of very good moral values such as teamwork, love of mother and the law of karma. My visual aid represents these morals in an abstract way.
On the first picture of the visual aid, the goat represents the natural of every mother which always protects and loves their children as much or more than herself. The pink heart and the blue sky represent love of mother which is vast and unconditional like the sky that has no ending. As can be seen from this story, the mother goat has shown that the love of mother is the greatest love in the world. Even though she knew that her little kids were eaten by the cruel wolf, she never lose faith and possibilities that her kids still alive. She sought out the wolf with fearless and cut open the wolf’s stomach to rescue all her dear little kids.
The second picture, the bonfire represents the evil. The darkness represents the consequences of evil. This is like the evil and greedy wolf that tries to pretend to be the mother goat and gets in to the mother goat’s house and eats her babies. Consequently he has to pay back by his own death at the end of the story. On the other side of this picture, the sun represents the goodness of...