Little Red Riding Hood
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Wolf, who began to feel hungry, goes into Grandma's house and eats her up.
Wolf has already eaten Grandma, who is small and tough, but still wails, "That's not enough." Wolf is very greedy and symbolizes the greed of man.
Wolf is dressed as Grandma and Little Red Riding Hood questions him, starting to notice the different features of Grandma. Little Red Riding Hood is not yet fully aware of what is happening, but she is questioning Wolf and is getting replies.
Little Red Riding Hood asks Wolf, "But Grandma, what a lovely big furry coat you have on." This foreshadows that Little Red Riding Hood knows that the person in front of her is Wolf and has a plan to get the "furry coat."
Wolf asks Red about his "BIG TEETH," and Red smiles, grabs a pistol and shoots Wolf dead. Wolf symbolizes man's greed and man has won over and killed greed.
A few weeks later, Little Red Riding Hood saids, "...please note my lovely furry wolf skin coat." Red now has a new coat, symbolizing man winning over greed and having matured.
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