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I share your interest in and love of the tales. Pictures can be amazingly powerful- my bugaboo was a German tale about Fraulinchen who played with matches and burned to death. Flames shot out of her fingernails and the tips of her hair- still makes my stomach clench when I picture it.
Little Red Riding Hood – moral warnings and sexual implications
When I was littlish 9, 10? There was no Book of Princesses, it occurs to me now. My impression is that they might have come from England via my father who lived there and mailed things to us in the States. I loved them so much that I would force myself not to read them for a while so I could have the pleasure of reading them fresh. Does this ring bells any bells?
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With anyone? If so, I would love to find these books, and now, thirty years later, they will be fresh again.
However, the girl slips the string over something else and runs off. In these stories she escapes with no help from any male or older female figure, instead using her own cunning. Sometimes, though more rarely, the red hood is even non-existent.
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Then he proceeded to lay a trap for the Red Riding Hood who ends up being asked to climb into the bed before being eaten by the wolf, where the story ends. The wolf emerges the victor of the encounter and there is no happy ending. From this story one learns that children, especially young lasses, pretty, courteous and well-bred, do very wrong to listen to strangers, And it is not an unheard thing if the Wolf is thereby provided with his dinner. Who does not know that these gentle wolves are of all such creatures the most dangerous!
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In the 19th century the Brothers Grimm fashioned their own variant, Little Red-Cap, from two versions they had been told. They wrote a sequel as well, where the girl and her grandmother trapped and killed another wolf, this time anticipating his moves based on their experience with the previous one. The girl did not leave the path when the wolf spoke to her, her grandmother locked the door to keep it out, and when the wolf lurked, the grandmother had Little Red Riding Hood put a trough under the chimney and fill it with water that sausages had been cooked in; the smell lured the wolf down, and it drowned.
The Brothers further revised the story in later editions and it reached the above mentioned final and better known version in the edition of their work.
It is notably tamer than the older stories which contained darker themes. Numerous authors have rewritten or adapted this tale.
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This version explicitly states that the story had been mistold earlier. The girl is saved, but not by the huntsman; when the wolf tries to eat her, its mouth is burned by the golden hood she wears, which is enchanted. I think the idea quite intriguing. In the 20th century many new versions were written and produced, especially in the wake of Freudian analysis, deconstruction and feminist critical theory.
Besides the overt warning about talking to strangers, there are many interpretations of the classic fairy tale, most of them sexual.
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Alternatively, the tale could be about the season of spring, or the month of May, escaping the winter. The tale has been interpreted as a puberty ritual, stemming from a prehistorical origin sometimes an origin stemming from a previous matriarchal era. Red Riding Hood has also been seen as a parable of sexual maturity.