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So, Mother tells Little Red not to tarry or to talk to strangers. (Not talking: That’ll be a big help against wolves.) Why can’t Mother deliver the basket of food to Granny herself rather than send a child through dangerous woods into a house with a possibly contagious disease? Maybe Mother is _trying_ to get rid of her daughter. Maybe this is the same mother who tried to lose Hansel and Gretel in the woods. [from the Author’s Note]
Gladwyn liked to warn Nelda that people were taking advantage of her fine self, by which she took him to mean she was spending the money he hoped would be his if he could talk her into marrying him.
The cottage sat in a little clearing surrounded by flowers. That was another odd thing about humans: They would take a section of ground and clear away all the flowers that grew there already all on their own, and then they would plant a whole other assortment of flowers in their place. This seemed like a lot of pointless effort to the wolf . . .
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