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  • Made by GunstvinaAriadnaGorobec Anastasia & Bogdanova Angelina Lyceum № 3 Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G. 2011
  • Girls’ & boys’ tales As you might know all fairy tales might be subdivided into the fairy tales for boys and fairy tales for girls. The tale under investigation is definitely of the last type, it is sure to be intended to teach the girls morality and behaviour.
  • Fairy-tales in the Modern WorldThe story of the girl calledLittle Red Riding Hood arisesagain and again so far. It wasfirst mentioned in Tirol andthe Alps —it was at least inthe XIV century Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G. View slide
  • Some interestingfacts about the wolf Initially in oral variations of the fairy tale the wolf was not a common animal, but a werewolf. This fact resulted in its ability to speak in a human voice and perform the grandmother. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G. View slide
  • Charles PerraultIn 1697 in Paris CharlesPerraulttook one of the variantsfor a basis, presentedthe anonymous girl witha red cap and a hoodand she first got thename — Little RedRiding Hood. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • . Brothers Wilhelm and Jacob Grimmchanged the plot by adding thehunter, rescuing Little RedRiding Hood and her grannyfrom out of the wolfs belly andthe plot got much more crueltyin itself. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • FAIRY TALE DURING THEVICTORIAN EPOCHLiterature during the Victorianperiod took on a unique stylevery much the opposite of itspredecessor. The main focusof the tales from this timebecame issues of morality.There was almost always amessage that the readercould take away from thestory (sort of similar to theAesop’s Fables of old). (Readentire article.) Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Investigating Fairy Tales • We came across a peculiar version of the tale published in 1867, the project of investigating fairy tales being maintained by the University of Southern Mississippi, the USA
  • • The kids’ book was human- like outlined, it resembled the figure of the late grandmother. It could not but produce a wired effect on a reader.
  • • Probably the Civil War in America resulted in a higher level of criminal events. That demanded teaching girls not only to obey but to learn to take care of themselves. And that also meant avoid talking to strangers.Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • • This scary looking edition produced the necessary impression on the young readersGunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Fairy tales have started coming back to the forefront in television and on the big screen.• Nowadays writers use them, sometimes deliberately inspiring the readers to get their ideas with the help of the plots beloved since childhood.• E.g. “Hoodwinked!” and other cartoons stories or horror films or other movies. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • • Roald Dahl once created a joke that he thought of no importance. It was a story of that kind of Little Red Ridding Hood who could kill the wolf with a pistol and wear a furry wolfskin coat.• All of a sudden the poem gained popularity because in the modern society there arose a demand for strong independent women. A movie was shot on this plot. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Politically Correct Fairy Tale• There was another well- known joke by Jim Garner, where the girl drinks maalox as she has got a stomachache, and is strongly concerned about the environmental problems. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • How do you think modern 6-year pupils fancy Little Red Riding Hood?In one of the tales composed bya girl of 12, the main characteris quite imaginative and makesthe wolf play ball, run aroundthe house, play tricks, and hewas too exhausted, he fellasleep and forgot to gobble thegirl. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Little Red Bonnet• One of the other variants depicts a girl clever enough to threaten the wolf with a liquid aspirin (it appeared the wolves are allergic to aspirin). To avoid it, the wolf gives up the idea of • gobbling the two humans and provides them with money and two tickets for the plane to Rhome. Little Red Bonnet and her granny are quite happy on their way to Italy. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • MODERN LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD • The reason for these alterations lies in the way of life of the children. They often get tired of doing different jobs the elders make them do, suffer from headache and are extremely exhausted by the end of the day.
  • Conclusion• The fairy tale plot influences people because of the emotions they preserve after listening to these tales at the early age. It might be used by an author with a view to strengthen the impression he is going to produce on the reader. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • The “updated” fairy tales variants• All the “updated” fairy tales variants reflect the demands and needs and the peculiarities of the concordant world.• Thus, investigating the fairy tales, we investigate the world. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Thank you for attention Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • References• http://folknation.wikia.com/wiki/Fairy_tale• http://www.usm.edu/english/fairytales/lrrh/episode2.htm• http://www.countryliving.com/crafts/projects/halloween-costumes-for- kids• http://www.dltk-teach.com/rhymes/littlered/6.htm• http://www.averyhillarts.com/rrh_pc.html• http://www.poetryarchive.org/poetryarchive/singlePoem.do?poemId=742 8• http://ru.123rf.com/photo_2262414_boy-and-girl.html• http://themaidenscourt.blogspot.com/2011/04/what-is-victorian-fairy- tale.html Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Appendix 1• Little Red Hat•• Little Red Hat’s home was in the forest. And Little Red Hat had a granny. Little Red Hat went to granny’s house to bring a cake for granny. But there was a wolf, who wanted to eat up Little Red Hat and the cake. He ran to granny’s house, caught granny and closed her in the storeroom. Little Red Hat came to granny’s house and saw a “granny”. She understood, it was the wolf, and she had a good idea.• “Have you brought a cake for me?” – asked the wolf when Little Red Hat said “Hello”• “Yes, but first let’s run around the house!” – answered Little Red Hat.• And they ran.• “Let’s play!” – said Little Red Hat then.• And they played.• “Let’s have a cup of tea!” – said Little Red Hat.• And they drank tea. The wolf was going to eat up the cake, but Little Red Hat put it in her bag.• “Let’s sing a song!” – said Little Red Hat, but the wolf was sleeping. He was very tired.• Little Red Hat opened the storeroom and made granny free.• Granny and Little Red Hat took the sleeping wolf, put him on to their shoulders like a collar (he was very heavy), went to the town and gave up the wolf to the zoo.•• The end Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.
  • Appendix 2• Little Red Bonnet1.• Little Red Bonnet lived in a house, which was in a forest. A terrible wolf lived in this forest, he was always hungry and he wanted to eat Little Red Bonnet up. Little Red Bonnet had a granny. Her granny often had a horrible headache and the girl brought liquid aspirin to her every week. But the wolf found the granny’s house, caught granny and decided to tie her up. He could eat the granny up, but she was old and not tasty. Little Red Bonnet knew nothing about the wolf’s plans. But when she came to the house, she looked up at the window and saw the wolf. After that she understood everything.• But then she had a good idea. She knew all wolves are allergic to aspirin. She opened the door and said, “Hi, Granny, how are you? You aren’t OK. Are you? You must drink the liquid aspirin!” Little Red Bonnet showed a bottle of aspirin. “No, no, I am not your granny! I am a wolf! If I drink this medicine, I’ll die!” “If you buy me a sport car and a new mobile phone, I’ll forgive you. If you don’t do it, I’ll make you drink the aspirin!” she shook the bottle of aspirin in front of his eyes. The wolf was trembling. “You have rich ancestors, haven’t you?” asked the girl. “OK, I’ll do it. I promise. But I want you to be my friend. And I’ll buy three tickets to any city for you,” said the wolf. “It is a good idea”, answered Little Red Bonnet.• In an hour Little Red Bonnet, her elderly granny and the wolf were sitting on the sofa and were drinking tea.• “Let’s fly to Rhome!” said the wolf. – “Rhome is wonderful!” answered Little Red Bonnet.• “Thфere are many brilliant hospitals in Rhome!” said granny.• Three hours later they were in an aeroplane and were very happy.• _______________• 1Little Red Riding Hood. Gunstvina Ariadna and Gorobec Anastasia . Tutor: Saranceva I.G.