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Question Description

This first required assignment asks you to write your own version of a traditional fairy tale. There is no DRAFT submission for the Fable Narrative, so please upload your essay as a .doc or .docx file into the Fable Narrative upload area for grading.

Traditional fables and fairy tales typically have some kind of moral lesson that serves as the main idea (or thesis).

For this assignment, you will write your own Fable Narrative with a thesis based on the main idea from one of the traditional stories that you read.


Option #2: What Really Happened to Little Red?

Revisit the original childhood tale of "Little Red Riding Hood" at http://www.pitt.edu/~dash/type0333.html#grimm. Identify the thesis and the primary supporting details. Keeping the main idea of the story, rewrite the ending, beginning with this sentence:

“Meanwhile the wolf ran straight to the grandmother's house and knocked at the door.”

Consider creating an introduction that summarizes the beginning of the story and ends with the thesis statement. A thesis statement for this essay should be an overview of the fable’s moral and a brief preview of the main events in the remainder of the story that you are rewriting.

Thesis example: “Before Little Red Riding Hood leaves her house, her mother reminds her of the dangers of talking to strangers, but Red doesn’t realize that evil can sometimes disguise itself and hurt family members.

After you create the thesis, begin rewriting the fable’s new ending in the first body paragraph beginning with the suggested sentence: “Meanwhile the wolf ran straight to the grandmother's house and knocked at the door.” Remember to sum up the story as well as the moral in the conclusion.


Formatting and Submission Requirements

Tip: Remember to apply the concepts you're learning in the course, including elements of grammar, punctuation, thesis development, and other skills.

Tip: In either option, please avoid copying and pasting any portions of the original fable.

Header: Include a header in the upper left-hand corner of your writing assignment with the following information:

  • Your first and last name
  • Course Title (Composition I)
  • Assignment name (Fable Narrative)
  • Current Date

Length: This assignment should be at least 500 words.

Format:
  • Last name and page number in upper-right corner of each page (To insert page numbers in your Word document, click or tap Insert > Page Number.)
  • Double-spacing throughout
  • Title, centered after heading
  • Standard font (Times New Roman or Calibri)
  • 1” margins on all sides
  • Save the file as .docx or .doc format

Underline your thesis statement.

Tutor Answer

textsformoney
School: University of Maryland

Thank you please

Running Head: A FABLE NARRATIVE

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Fable Narrative:
Student’s Name:
Course Title:
University Affiliation:
Date:

A FABLE NARRATIVE

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Youthful Princess' promise delivers the Frog King:

A Fable Narrative
Fable narrative might have been told long time ago, however their basic topics never lost
their sparkle. Duration change; social orders and societies change; however, the center of human
feelings stays the same. People love and feel, even in today's propelled world, the way they used
to long in the past. One such constant declaration of human sentiments is the tale story The Frog
King. Here, this record-breaking most loved tale of all is retold in another setting. In any case,
the hidden subject of the first fable stays in place that on the off chance that one makes a
promise, one must keep that promise; being consistent with one's words dependably brings
rewards.
Long time ago there was a young lady who was very beautiful and as excellent as Stars,
the goddess of excellence, in a residential community. Despite the fact that she was not a
princess, she was called a Princess by her dad, named King, to demonstrate his affection and
appreciation to her unmatched beauty. Princess, at the youthful age of fifteen, turned out to be
outstandingly splendid at making elixirs, while she was pursuing a course of medicine at the
Kingdom University. Princess was a very close friend of her dad, who made sure he must be
seeing her every time, either in the morning, afternoon, at the evening and also at the night. In
this way, he gave her a Golden Ball tablet, by the moment she was leaving to go and pursue her
higher level of education in the Kingdom university, so that he can be talking with her every time
during that moment she will be out for her studies. The Golden Ball was stuffed with most
developed innovative components, and she treasured it as she recognized what it meant from her
poor dad to get such an expensive advanced item so that they could be in touch every time.

A FABLE NARRATIVE

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One day, while they were doing some experiment in the laboratory, her associate
accidentally and coincidentally poured some corrosive acid over her Golden Ball, consuming it
half way. Princess started crying and she was full of tears flowing on her beautiful face and she
was almost insane because she had lost her most expensive gift of a blessing from her beloved
dad. The ...

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Anonymous
Thanks, good work

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