Little Red Riding Hood

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The theme of Little Red Riding Hood, or the idea that lies behind the story of the tale, is of a young woman in danger of losing her innocence. The young woman’s innocence is threatened by the wolf, which is symbolic for a man.

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Little Red Riding HoodMelissa LoweryENG 125David MoskowitzDecember 1, 2011Little Red Riding HoodThe theme of Little Red Riding Hood, or the idea that lies behind the story of the tale, is of a young woman in danger of losing her innocence. The young woman's innocence is threatened by the wolf, which is symbolic for a man. The wolf tries to keep Red Riding Hood away from others on her path to grandma's house so he can get her alone. As the wolf tries to stay two steps ahead of her, he beats her to grandma's house, eats grandma, which is symbolic for her protector of her innocence, and

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