Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood 



is a fairy tale for young children. It is a story about a young girl and a wolf. The story comes from a folk-tale which means that it was a spoken story for a long time before it was a written story. It was first written down in the late 1600s. The best-known version (the way the story is told) of Little Red Riding Hood is by the Brothers Grimm and dates from the 19th century (1800s).







The most common version of the story is the one written by the Brothers Grimm in the 19th century. The Brothers Grimm listened to many traditional stories from old people and wrote them into a book. Many "fairy stories" as they are usually called, were made better known by the Grimm's book. The title of the story is properly translated as "Little Red Cap" even though it is usually known in English as "Little Red Riding Hood".

A girl has been given red cap (or cloak and hood) to wear. Her mother sends her to take food to her sick grandmother. The mother tells her she must not stop on the way. A wolf sees the girl walking through the woods and makes a plan to eat her. The wolf politely asks the girl where she is going. The girl answers him, because he seems friendly. The wolf tells the girl to pick some flowers for her grandmother. While she is picking flowers, the wolf goes to grandmother's house and eats her. He puts on the grandmother's night-cap and gets into her bed. When the girl goes into grandmother's house the wolf eats the girl too. A woodcutter (lumberjack) comes and cuts opens the wolf's body. He saves the grandmother and the girl who are still alive. Then, stones are put in the wolf's body to kill the wolf.



Title: Into the Woods
Magazine: Vogue US September 2009
Model: Natalia Vodianova
Photographers: Mert Alas & Marcus Piggot










































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I wanna watch this movie very very badly!!!












source
http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Little_Red_Riding_Hood
http://nataliavodianova-fan02.blogspot.com/2010/06/backlog-vogue-us-september-2009.html





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