Tale of Kolobok. Is it so simple?
Undoubtedly, everyone remembers the tale of Kolobok. Cultural values, which for us left the great Russian people, are relevant to this day. Is it so simple as it seems at first glance?
In Russia, with the advent of writing,develop and literature. This happened in the far 9th century. However, it is a mistake to think that until now nothing like this has happened. Literature simply existed in a different form. It was oral and was not recorded anywhere in writing. People gave each other legends, different stories, proverbs, songs. Folklore is considered one of the most colorful sections of Russian literature. And therefore it is logical that readers have a question: who wrote a fairy tale about Kolobok? The answer is simple: she does not have a specific author. This is a story invented by the people and passed from mouth to mouth. Fortunately, it has reached our days. That's only in a slightly transformed form, because each narrator added something of its own.
How did it all begin?
The story of a small pie that has nothingI was afraid, very unpretentious. A fairy tale about Kolobok begins with a description of a poor family of grandfather and grandmother. According to the description, we can assume that the events take place in the summer. Harvest, collected in the autumn, probably ate, but the new is still far away. But I want to eat. And the grandfather asks the grandmother to bake him a bun. Where to take the flour? But the old people do not lose heart, they decide to scrape on the susekam and find some leftovers.
After the work, my grandmother has two handfuls of flour. She kneads them on sour cream (after all, the house was not quite hungry), makes dough and sculpts bun.
After baking, the old woman decides to cool it before serving her grandfather.
But here something magical happens: the floury product comes to life, sees that it lies on an open window, and immediately takes the opportunity to escape. Why did Kolobok do it? Guess it is not difficult: he does not want to be eaten by his masters.
The tale of Kolobok, whose meaning - to show the fearlessness of the protagonist, takes a new turn. Running "pie" rolls through the forest, where the eyes look. And then new dangers await him.
He jumps in the woods, singing songs. And then a hare comes to meet him. This is the most good-natured animal of all, whom he will meet afterwards. But he also threatens to eat Kolobok. The cunning hero realized that he could avoid danger by offering a hare deal - to sing a song. After that, he quickly runs away from him, satisfied with himself.
Then he meets a wolf. Frightened of the fate of being eaten, Kolobok again sings his song and quickly retires.
He very much praises himself, rejoices at his exclusiveness. After all, it was baked from the last meal, mixed with sour cream, cooled on the window.
The tale of Kolobok continues with the meeting of a largea forest beast - a bear. It seems that this meeting will not bring anything good. Long ago bears were considered the most powerful among other animals. But also to him the self-satisfied Kolobok sings his song and quickly runs away.
After this meeting, we think, our hero has nothing to fear. But it was not there.
Unconscious Kolobok continues hisjourney. And then he meets a fox. What an interesting approach she uses to Kolobok! Chanter praises his song, gives him compliments. And then our hero completely lost his vigilance. He is inspired by previous victories over all the characters, beginning with his grandfather and grandmother. Now to him some fox is not at all scary. Besides, she is kind and affectionate. But the cunning forest inhabitant was more perspicacious than Kolobok. She pretended to be deaf and asked him to sing his song on her face to better hear it.
How does the tale of Kolobok end? Quite unexpectedly: a cunning fox eats up our brave hero.
It is worth saying that the finale of this tale is still predictable. Kolobok became very self-confident and completely stopped anyone from beingware. So he falls into the trap of an ingenious fox.
This story teaches us to be more vigilant, to fear not only strong enemies, but also cunning ones.
Scenario of the fairy tale about Kolobok is quite simple. There are a lot of dialogues in it, so it will be enough to attract one person to read the words of the author, and distribute all the others according to their roles. The main replicas go to Kolobok, and they are almost the same.
If you want to play this fairy tale, for example, at a literature lesson, it will not be difficult.