Little Red Riding Hood Essay | Moral and Value in "Little Red Riding Hood"

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Moral and Value in "Little Red Riding Hood"

Summary: The difference between moral and value in two different tellings of the children's literature classic "Little Red Riding Hood." A moral is the lesson learned from a particular event or situation. Value is a property that an object has that makes people keep and preserve it.
There is a significant difference between "Moral" and "Value." Although the meaning of each may seem similar, yet they have very contrasting meanings. Moral is the lesson learnt from a particular event or situation. Value is a property that an object has that makes people keep and preserve it. This will be shown when comparing the fairy tale's version of the Little Red Riding Hood and Malcolm Ryan's version of the story.

In the fairy tale's version of the Little Red Riding Hood, the moral and value is clearly presented. The Little Red Cap meets the beastly wolf on her way to her grandmother's house. She is then tricked by the wolf and ends up in an unfortunate finale. The story makes known of the innocence of the young girl and the sinfulness of the wolf. It also makes the most apparent...

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