Little Red Riding Hood
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The Wolf began to feel hungry and in need of a good meal. So, he heads to Grandma's house in the woods. Then the Wolf eats Grandma.
Even though the Wolf had eaten the Grandma, he thinks it is not enough. So, he waits for Little Red Riding Hood to come home from a walk in the woods
Wolf decides to dress up as Grandma by putting on her clothes so the Little Red Riding Hood wouldn't get scared and takes a seat in Grandma's chair. She comes home and notices that something is not quite right but gets in a conversation with Wolf.
Little Red Riding Hood realizes that the Wolf is not her Grandma when she hears him speak.
Little Red Riding Hood continues the conversation, which includes what she is going to do next.
Little Red Riding Hood then takes out a pistol and aims at the Wolf and shoots him. Then she makes his fur coat into her own. But the deeper meaning is her taking out the greed.
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