LITTLE RED RIDING HOODРАБОТАученицы 5А классаГОУ ЦО №1811 «Измайлово» Кузьминой Елизаветы и учащихся 2 группы ИЯ учитель: Смирнова Е.В.
LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD
CHARLES PERRAULT January 6, 1628 – May 16, 1703 Charles Perrault penned his famous version of the tale “Le Petit Chaperon Rouge” in 1697.
Little Red Riding Hood became popular with English language readers in the middle of the 19th century when the fairy tales of the Brothers Grimm took Victorian England by storm.
The puzzle is why the girl’s name is “Little Red Riding Hood”, not “cap” or “hat”, in English variant.
Chaperon (headgear) ( [ ʃæpə: roʊn]; Middle French: chaperon) was a form of hood or, later, a hat worn in all parts of Western Europe in the Middle Ages.
Hood a part of a coat, jacket etc. that you can pull up to cover your head.
“French hood” in the 18th century