Fairy tales have been traditionally written and narrated to give life guide to younger generations, through images translated as kid’ language, but still strongly related to a specific cultural period and local traditions.
The last century has seen domestic roles inverted and cultural mores upturned, therefore is actually possible to opt for individualistic behaviours, unleashed from social bonding and rules. What happens if the little red riding hood chooses to break the traditional version of the tale she has been encapsulated for centuries? What can we suppose it might happen if she won’t act as the little red riding hood, choosing herself her appropriate role and actions?
Could she be the one to eat the wolf? Or maybe she would prefer to be the wolf playmate?
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