The Role Of Red In Fairy Tales

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As mentioned before, Perrault gives his readers the opportunity to learn from his version of the tale as to how to avoid such encounters in life. He, describes what his intentions towards Red is and how children can relate and learn from Red, as we can be attractive and obedient beings but we must also know our instinct and worth before you fall prey to someone’s bad intentions. Therefore, declaring that his version from an oral folktale to a literary fairy tale is much more true-to-life in the sense that what had happened to Red in the end can occur in real life and this fairy tale could help a child one day understand the moral behind why we must not talk to strangers and/or be promiscuous.
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