Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf
By m_hirani, Updated
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Hungry, Wolf ate Grandma.
The evidence, "As soon as Wolf began to feel....That he would like a decent meal," tells us that Wolf is greedy for food.
Still starving, the Wolf disguises as Grandma and tries to make Little Red Riding Hood fall for his trap.
This evidence, "Then Little Red Riding Hood said, "But Grandma, what a lovely great big furry coat you have on," foreshadows ironically that she knows her solution.
Little Red Riding Hood teases the Wolf about his teeth, which causes Wolf to be mad.....BANG! BANG! BANG! She shoots him dead.
Last of all, Little Red Riding Hood ends up wearing an appealing wolfskin coat.
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