Response paper GER1791

Response paper GER1791 - Comparison little red cinderella...

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Comparison little red, cinderella and beauty and the beast As a young child you were always told by your parents, treat other the way you want to be treated or never talk to strangers. Parents use fairytales to help children to learn these lessons at a young age. Fairytales which are used to teach children, use morals as a didactic pattern within the story, through these they show children the appropriate way to behave. But also could be giving the wrong message to children. Children learn from what they read and see by copying the behaviours that are portrayed in it. These morals can be seen in both traditional and modern tales like “Little Red Riding Hood”, “Cinderella” and “Beauty in the Beast.” You can see that children are always told not to talk to strangers especially when they are alone. The main theme behind the story in Perrault’s “Little Red Riding Hood” that can be seen that the world can be dangerous sometimes and you can’t trust everybody that you meet. In this story little red riding hood is told to bring her grandmother food who lives in a different village. The first person she encounters on the way is the wolf who is a complete stranger to her. She pro- vides him with personal details without knowing what his motive is or what he is capable of.
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