Fable Narrative Assignment

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English Composition I Fable Narrative Assignment 02 May 2012 What Really Happened to Little Red? In this essay, I will rewrite the ending of Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault. There is a sentence in the beginning part of the story said, “As she was going through the wood, she met with a wolf, who had a very great mind to eat her up, but he dared not, because of some woodcutters working nearby in the forest.” I will rewrite the ending of this story with happier outcome using a help of woodcutters working in the forest. I assume people working in the forest should know about a danger of wolves attacking human and eating. Therefore, people live in the forests should know not to talk to a wolf, and look out for each other to prevent people from eaten by a wolf. We all know about the famous beginning part of this story. Therefore, I will start the ending of this story (my modified ending) from where the wolf goes to the grandmother’s house ahead of the Little Red after talking to her. Meanwhile the wolf ran straight to the grandmother’s house and knocked at the door. After first knock the wolf waited for a few minutes, but there was no answer from the inside. Tap, tap, tap. The wolf knocked the door a few more times; however no one answered his knock. A hungry, frustrated wolf climbed up onto the roof of the grandmother’s house and decided to wait for the Little Red to arrive. The wolf was planning to attack the Little Red from the roof as soon as she opens the door; then the wolf can eat both the Little Red and her grandmother inside the house. In the mean time, the Little Red was walking slowly towards her grandmother’s house with two woodcutters. The one of the woodcutter saw the Little Red talking to the wolf earlier concerned that the Little Red told the wolf where she is going. The woodcutter decided to came along with her with one other

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