The Three Little Pigs Analysis

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The True Story of The Three Little Pigs proved many points that could potentially be analyzed; however, one specific point is that the wolf didn’t make it clear that he wanted to borrow a cup of sugar. When he walked into the first pigs house, he never asked to borrow a cup of sugar, the wolf was going to leave without it. The quote “...‘Little pig, little pig, are you in?’ No answer. I was about to go home without my cup of sugar…” (Scieszka). This represents that the wolf was ready to leave to the next house before he got his cup of sugar. After the third pig responded and said go away, the wolf never told him that all he needed was sugar. As stated in the story, the wolf and pig’s conversation was, “‘Mr. Pig, Mr. Pig, are you in?’...‘Get
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