Little Red Riding Hood
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"As soon as the wolf began to feel that he would like a decent meal, he went and knocked on Grandma's door." This is the exposition of this poem. It shows where it takes place, and who is in the story (so far).
"He's going to eat me up!" this is what the conflict of this story is. By the wolf eating the grandma, it creates trouble for other characters as well.
"He ate her up in one big bite....That's not enough... I've got to get a second helping..." This shows the rising action because the wolf has eaten his first culprit, but is hungry for more. It makes us want to keep reading so we can find out who he eats and how it happens.
¨But Grandma, what a lovely great big furry coat you have on.¨This sentence is the climatic moment because it is once Little Red Riding Hood is done investigating and knows this is not her grandma. It is the turning point of the story, she knows what she has to do to solve this problem. The sentence also uses transition words.
"She whips a pistol from her knickers." This is the falling action. It is after the big moment in which Red knows of . This is settling all of the big actions going on. Little Red kills the wolfs greed.
"Hello, and please do note my lovely furry wolfskin coat." This is the result of the conflict. Since the wolf was being greedy, Little Red killed him and now wears his wolfskin as a coat, showing her domination.
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