In the film, Little Red Riding Hood escapes her fate by tricking the wolf into thinking she needs to use the bathroom. In the story by Perrault, she falls victim to the wolf and becomes lunch. The stories share few similarities once Little Red enters her grandmother’s house. In both stories, the wolf devoured grandmother. The wolf also asks Little Red to undress herself and get into bed with him in both stories.
The Hunger Games Chapter Summaries Chapter 1 • The narrator wakes up in a cold bed, and we learn that today is the day of the reaping. What is the reaping, you ask? In a daring act of suspense-building, the narrator decides not to tell us. • In the meantime we're introduced to the other people asleep in the bedroom. There's Primrose (or Prim for short), the narrator's sister; the narrator's mother, who was once very beautiful; and Buttercup, a mouser of a cat who the narrator originally tried to drown.
These images can be read as symbols for the woman's suppressed memories, memories of losing a child. In 'The Cat in the Rain", a woman is eager to catch a cat outside in the rain ("I wanted that poor kitty" p. 34, l. 64-65), a symbol for attention and compassion, things she doesn't get from her husband. When the American wife expresses her wish for attention with expressions like "I want to have a kitty"(p. 35, l. 8), "I want to eat at a table with my own silver" (p. 35 l. 11) and "I want some new clothes" (p.35. l. 13), he simply responds with "Oh, shut up and get something to read"
* The Land of Dame Slap (Dame Snap in modern editions) Where Dame Slap has a school for bad pixies and fairies. The friends go to visit Mrs Saucepan and get caught by Dame Slap. * The Land of Tea Parties A place for tea parties, with rabbit waiters. It is connected to Dame Slap's land. They all celebrate Mrs Saucepan's birthday here.
Beau threw himself against her bedroom door over and over again trying to wake her up. Finally she woke up shocked, called 911 and took Beau to the balcony to wait for help. Another time Kimberley Mary was in her garden and she didn’t recognize that a poisonous snake came up to her. As soon as she saw the snake, it was in its striking pose. Luckily for her, her cat Sosa came and attacked the snake.
Sickness is replaced by the lettuce the man steals for his deteriorating wife. According to the narrations of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm’s Rapunzel, “One day the wife stood at this window, looking down into the garden, and her eyes lit on a bed of the finest rapunzel, which is a kind of lettuce. . . Her craving for it grew from day to day, and she began to waste away because she knew she could never get any” (154).
Max gets so exhausted that he collapses and Mrs.Crumlin stuffs a poison muffin into his mouth. He accidently swallowed some. His mind goes completely blank and he is dragged back to his front yard. His loyal pet owl swoops down with the InjectaPort and stabs it right into Mrs.Crumlins arm. She falls on the ground and that was the end of her.
Aunt Sponge and Aunt Spiker. He was treated very badly with no friends. One day he got some magic and next thing he knew there grew a giant peach. Then he got in the peach to come and meet five friends; ladybug, grasshopper, centipede, and worm. He goes on many adventures with his new friends.
Candy then shows up, then George. In the book, Curley’s wife shows up in Crook’s room before George comes in looking for Lennie. A similarity that happened between the two is when Lennie shook Curley’s wife after she let him play with her hair, which ended with Lennie breaking her neck. But when he runs away to the brush down by the river, Lennie doesn’t have the hallucinations about his Aunt Clara and the rabbit like he does in the book. Also, when he’s down by the river, in the movie, George finds him in the water.
James discovers that there is a tunnel in the peach. He crawls in and finds an earthworm, a grasshopper, a spider, a ladybug, and a silkworm. Each of these creatures is quite large, but James soon comes to realize that they are friendly, and won’t harm him. The creatures all want to get away from the property of the two greedy aunts. Therefore, the centipede bites through the stem of the peach which was attached to the tree.