Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood

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  • Exposition
  • Conflict
  •       Rising Action            
  • Little Red Riding Hood's grandmother is sick, so she has been sent by her mother to bring her some cake and wine. Her mother told her to not talk to strangers, but along the way she encountered a wolf.
  • Climax
  • The conflict of my story is: Person vs. Nature because the Little Red Riding Hood got encountered by the wolf.
  • Falling Action
  • The wolf asks her were she's headed to, and she tells him. Little Red riding Hood doesn't know that the wolf wants to eat her. Once he finds out were her grandma lives he starts on his way. The wolf goes to grandma's house and fibbed to grandma that he was Red Ridding Hood, went inside the house and ate grandma. He put on grandma's clothes.
  • Resolution
  • Wolf pretended he was grandma.  When Red Ridding Hood saw that her grandma looked different she asked her why she had such big eyes, ears, nose, and finally why her mouth was so big. To all he answered that that they would make something better.Finally she asked why his mouth was so big. He responded: "The better to eat you with!" And he ate her.     
  • The wolf went to sleep after eating so much, and started snoring. In the meantime, the hunter was walking by wondering if gram needed anything. He  went inside and realized it wasn't gram, but it was the wolf. He went took a pair of scissors, cut open wolf's stomach and took out Red and gram. They both thanked him and he went home.
  • Gram ate the cake, drake the wine and felt much better. Red went home and never spoke to anyone else she didn't know again. 
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