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Comparison Paper One chilly night you decide to pull out your old book of fairytales As you dust off the cover you start reading along and as you finish the tale Youre struck with a large volt of curiosity you realize that it was not the same as the tale you were told when you were little You reread the authors name and see it is the Charles Perrualt The ending is what caught your attention What big teeth you have the better to eat you with my dear Then with those wicked words the wolf jumped out of bed and gobbled her up I dont remember her being eaten by the wolf The tale I was told was by the Grimms Brothers there ending was much different from Perraults Although both fairy tales have a gruesome ending they differed in many ways The Grimms tale ended like this little red ridding cap went merrily on her way home and no one harmed her Through the years we are told fairy tales and they do change from generation to generation The titles were also different Perraults title was Little Red Ridding Hood compared to the Grimms Red Ridding Cap The concept of these fairytales remains the same Both authors even had the little girl take something different to her grandmother In Perraults she took cake and a pot of butter In the Grimms she took wine instead of butter The differences may be minor for now but wait till you hear how the wolf dies In Perraults publication of the story the wolf does not die Little Red Ridding Hood does In the Grimms rendition of the tale the wolf ate Ridding Cap and her grandmother A hunter who was passing by heard the snoring of the sleeping wolf He stopped and went in to his surprise it was the wolf who had fallen asleep He was going to shoot him
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