The Tale of Kolosok is for children and not only!
There are tales known to us from childhood. Usually they are read by the mother, grandmother or nanny before the night or during the rest. Bright images and simple stories are remembered for life, the morality expressed in the works is hidden in the subconscious way. There is an unobtrusive teaching of the child to the basic life laws that determine what is good and what is bad, what can be done and what can not be done.
Laziness and cunning, greed and anger in the simpleimages of animals, plants and mythical characters are contrasted in fairy tales for the youngest courage and good nature, honesty and kindness. So children begin to realize the essence and rules of their surrounding reality. To such works, memorable from the youthful nails, listened and read by the guys, the folk tale Kolosok also applies. It can and should be placed in line with the books for babies for preschool and primary school age.
The Tale of Kolosok
There are author's tales that come upand writers and poets compose (for example, fairy tales in the poems of Alexander Sergeevich Pushkin). In such works, the text once created does not change. It is published in the author's version in subsequent editions.
Ukrainian fairy tale "Spike" refers to folk. Its authors are people, and it was transmitted (at least earlier) by word of mouth. Of course, then she was written on paper and published in books. And now the fairy tale "Kolosok" appears before us in such a way, as we know it from these publications. Let's read it together again.
The main characters of the folk art: mice Krut and Vert and Cockerel Golosistoe Naked. Names of mice are talking. They are the embodiment of non-neighborliness and irresponsible fun, unwillingness to participate in social work. But we should not forget that these are mice, which means that they are not quite adult members of society. Therefore at the end of the fairy tale they are brought up and cheated. And, it seems, the mice understand that they did something wrong. At least, they become ashamed: they quietly squeak and get up from the table.
Cock, on the contrary, is the embodiment of diligence. A Golosistym Named him for the fact that he still wakes everyone up in the morning, and only then proceeds to his work.
Actually, the entire fairy tale "Kolosok" can fiton several small sheets of paper. Cockerel does everything: finds spikes, threshes it, grinds flour, kneads dough, stoves the oven and bakes pies. Mice do nothing: they just sing, have fun, play leapfrog. And as soon as the question becomes of who will work, immediately squeak: "It's not me, not me!".
When the pies are ready, the mice are right there: too, are ready to use the results of someone else's work, giving nothing in return and not participating in the process. But it was not there! Cockerel begins an educational process: asking questions and getting adequate answers from mice on them, they gradually lead them to the basic idea expressed in the tale: in order to get something, you have to work.
The tale "Kolosok" is a folk work of morality. There is no veiled subtext and subtle meanings. In the simple plot and simple acts of the heroes (like Cockerella and Mice), one can trace the idea that one should work more and help each other, less idle. Mice, practically driven out by the Cock from behind the table, personify the inevitability of punishment for their actions (they are not given any goodies, because there is nothing to treat such idlers and lazy people with pies). But they themselves realize at the end of the fairy tale their behavior and understand what they were punished for. So, we can say that the fairy tale "Kolosok" does not have pronounced negative characters, because the realization of misconduct is a step towards correction.