The Big Bad Wolf In The Three Little Pigs

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In the folktale “The Three Little Pigs,” two out of the three pigs were eaten by the big bad wolf, but did you know that wolves don’t eat pigs? In the wild, wolves don’t normally hunt pigs, but if they come across one they would eat it. So, it is almost impossible for the first 2 pigs to be eaten by the Big Bad Wolf unless they were careless. Although the first two piggies were eaten, the third piggy didn’t get eaten by the Big Bad Wolf because he was the smartest out of the three. By using his manipulative ways, he was able to avoid getting eaten by the Big Bad Wolf. Out of all the little piggies, the third one seems to be the most admirable because he was clever, hardworking, and very creative.
To begin, the third piggy was extremely clever. He took every opportunity he received to outsmart the wolf so that he would not be devoured like his siblings did. This could be clearly seen at the end of the story when the wolf tries to climb in through the chimney. The story said, “When the little pig saw what he was about, he hung on a pot full of water and made a blazing fire, and, just as the wolf was coming down, took off the cover and in fell the Wolf,” (Page 24). This quote shows that the
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He was the only one out of his other siblings to actually take the time to build a safe structure to live in. Through his hard work, he was able to stay safe from the Big Bad Wolf. When he built his house, he asked a man with a pile of bricks to give him some of it so he can build his house. He said to the man “ ‘Please, man, give me those bricks to build a house with,’ ” (Page 9). Since he had built his house out of bricks and not straw or furze, he had spent more time building his house than the rest of the piggies, which shows that he worked harder than his siblings and was more determined. In the end, he had a better house than his siblings and was well protected against the Big Bad
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