The Little Red Riding Hood

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Who should be blamed in the “Little Red Riding Hood”?

Do you ever hear about The Little Red Riding Hood story? It’s a fairy tale about a young girl and a wolf aka Big Bad Wolf. I believe most of us know about this story when we are kids. But in this story, who should be blamed?

Once upon of time, there was a little girl lived in a small village. Her grandmother, who lived on the other side of the village, had made her a pretty red riding hood. She loved so much that she wore it everywhere she went. The people in the village got so used to seeing she in it, that they took to calling her Little Red Riding Hood. One day her mother called her over.

The mother said, “Little Red Riding Hood, please bring this basket to your grandmother’s house.”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Hmm, smells good.”.
The mother said, “She is very ill and cannot get out of bed. Taking the basket Little Red Riding Hood started down the road. Hurry dear! Grandma must be very hungry.”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, ” I will, Mother!”.
The mother said, “Remember, don’t talk to strangers you meet on the road and always keep to the main path”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, ” Don’t worry Mother, I’ll remember!”.

Little Red Riding Hood walked off in the direction of her grandmother’s house with the basket in her hand. Little Red Riding Hood continued to follow the path until it led into the forest. After she passed the forest, a wolf appeared from behind the bushes.

The wolf said, “Hello Little Red Riding Hood.”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Hello. How are you?”.
The wolf said, “Where are you off to in such a hurry?”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “I am on my way to visit my grandma.”.
The wolf said, “Ohh, I see. What have you got in the basket there?”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “It’s bread and wine for my grandma. She’s very ill.”.
The wolf said, “Is she? You must be a very nice little girl. Does she live far?”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Not really, her house is just over the hill, next to the three oak trees.”.

The wolf’s mouth watered as he formed an evil plan in his head.

Hmmm, first I can gobble up the grandma, then I’ll swallow Little Red Riding Hood, and then I can wash them down with the treats in the basket! He he he he!

The wolf followed Little Red Riding Hood down the path and soon began talking to her again.

The wolf said, “Look over there Little Red Riding Hood. Do you see those lovely flowers?”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Oh, you are right! They are beautiful!”.

Distracted by the pretty flowers, Little Red Riding Hood forgot all about her Mother’s warning and stepped off the path to take a closer look.

The wolf said, “Ah ha! Let that silly Little Red Riding Hood enjoy her flowers. Meanwhile, I’m going to grandma house and ate her up!”.

After some time, Little Red Riding Hood reached the house. She saw the wolf lying in her grandma’s bed.

Little Red Riding Hood said, “Oh grandma, what big eyes you have!”.
The wolf said, “So that I can see you better!”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandma, what big ears you have!”.
The wolf said, “So that I can hear you better!”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandma, what big nose you have!”.
The wolf said, “So that I can smell you better!”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, “Grandma, what big teeth you have!”.
The wolf said, “So that I can eat you better!”.
Little Red Riding Hood said, ” Ohh my god! Help me!”.

At the end of Little Red Riding Hood story, the girl is eaten by the wolf. Who’s to blame for her death?

1. The starving wolf.
2. The grandmother who let the wolf in.
3. Or the mother who sent the girl.

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