The Reasons Of The Fairy Hood In Charles Perrault's Little Red Riding Hood?

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God, Allah, Buddha, Izanagi……these names may be important and divine for some people, but I don’t think there is actually someone who lives above the cloud and watches everything we do. Similarly, I don’t really believe anything that is supernatural. However, I also don’t think one man’s fate can be totally controlled by himself, there are so many things that can decide one person 's life, for example, in Charles Perrault’s fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood, if the man who meets the little girl is truly a gentle, handsome young man instead of a wolf, the little girl may have a happy life and receive a lively relationship. In other words, I don’t think preying and asking for help from gods are useful, they are too Idealist for me; I also don’t…show more content…
When I was young, I used to be fully confident of a superhero would help me when I am in danger. As I grew up, I realized that the reason that children love fairy tales is that the world is always kind in the fairy tales. There always exist a hunter to deal with the evil wolf, there always exist a fairy godmother who can give you a pair of glass slipper. However, the real world is much crueller than the Anderson’s or Grimm’s world. Everything has consequences and you have to be reasonable for it. If your life is left to chance, you may have to pay a high price. Therefore, I don’t think there is any power that would help me for no…show more content…
Every choices we make will cause the butterfly effect, if the dean we talked above wasn’t such a generous man, no matter how lucky he was, there wouldn’t be any more patients. In Isak Dinesen’s ‘‘The Sailor-Boy’s Tale,’’ if the boy was not such a romantic, brave boy, even he meets the girl, she still won’t fall in love with him. For miracles do exist, but they only exist when you deserve them. Even in fairy tales, most of the protagonists have many good quality, like genuineness, honesty and penetration. We are not the protagonists in the fairy tales, counting on “miracles” will only make us
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