Studying Little Red Riding Hood Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Beginning around the time of the Renaissance, European authors began to adapt folktales for popular audiences. Their stories are known as:

Question 2 2. Where do the oldest versions of Little Red Riding Hood originate?

Question 3 3. What modern version of Little Red Riding Hood is the most familiar and popular among audiences?

Question 4 4. What literary fairy tale author added distinct morals to his stories?

Question 5 5. Older folktale versions of Little Red Riding Hood cast the villain as a_____ while modern versions cast _____.

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Question 6 6. When Little Red Riding Hood ventures alone through the woods, she is leaving the _____ of her home and village.

Question 7 7. One feminist view of the narrative of ''Little Red Riding Hood'' states that a few changes in the plot can create a story that is _____ to girls and women.

Question 8 8. Some scholars have suggested the sexual dynamic between Little Red Riding Hood and the wolf is about the wolf being a _____.

Question 9 9. One universal theme that perhaps everyone can agree on is that it can be very dangerous for small children to _____.

Question 10 10. Perrault's version of ''Little Red Riding Hood'' specifically states in the moral that the nice and helpful wolf (stranger) might be the most _____ of all.

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Question 11 11. In 'Little Red Riding Hood,' where is Grandmother's house located?

Question 12 12. What are the two important aspects to the setting of a story?

Question 13 13. In what time period is 'Little Red Riding Hood' set?

Question 14 14. In 'Little Red Riding Hood,' how does the girl get from the village to Grandmother's house?

Question 15 15. In 'Little Red Riding Hood,' what is the most significant location inside Grandmother's cottage?

Studying Little Red Riding Hood Chapter Exam Instructions

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