A Big Hungry Wolf Analysis

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) The story takes place mainly on the pigs ' road at the pigs ' houses. The first pig 's house was made of straw and the second pig 's house was made of sticks. This is a problem though it only implies that the pigs are not very safe. However, the pigs are not in any immediate danger since the wolf has not appeared yet. Personally, I do not feel anything from the story though I will assume that the atmosphere is supposed to be tense once the wolf enters the scene. The transformation of the first two pigs ' houses from intact to destroyed implies action or terror, and the last pig 's house creates a resolve for the atmosphere (although I will say that eating the wolf was an odd ending). b) The action begins once the wolf enters the scene. As stated before, the pigs ' houses are not particularly safe although they are not in any immediate danger, therefore what kicks off the…show more content…
They build quick, cheap housing but it is insufficient to protect them from nature. This part introduces the first problem so it would be the rising action. c.2) There is a large, hungry wolf roaming around for a meal. Wolves like to prey on seemingly defenceless creatures, and pigs are one of those creatures. In other words, the pigs are in danger of being eaten. This is still rising action up to the climax, as the wolf does not stop chasing the pigs until he is boiled into a stew. d) The last pig had a good, stable house made of brick that the wolf could not blow down. All of the pigs were hidden safely inside the house until the wolf climbs through the chimney. The wolf fell into the pot of boiling water. This would count as the climax and falling action since the turning point is when the wolf cannot blow the house down. Then the conflict deescalates very quickly. e) At the end of the story, the pigs boil the wolf into a stew and eat him for dinner. Since there is no longer a threat and the main characters are safe and happy, this would be the
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