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    story, “Fun With Dick and Jane and Little Red Riding Hood”, the author Pierre Berton is satirizing the faults of modern Canadian society. First, the family is so caught up with their own problems that they do not assist the vulnerable. Nowadays, divorce is a common thing, it creates hardships and complications within the family that affect all of its members. In the case of the short story, divorce had a great impact on Little Red and the grandma. Furthermore, the wolf represents a detrimental figure

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    It is important to know the history of “The Three Little Pigs.” As Sutcliffe explains, the story started out as a nursery tale, almost identically to the way it is told today. Around the beginning of the 1900, Grimm printed the story The Wolf and the Seven Little Little Kids. This story is not the exact same as “The Three Little Pigs”, however, it has many parallels. The fact that the story was taken away from the german author, explains why it focuses on family and nature. The personification of

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    The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by A. Wolf Have you ever wondered what the wolf's side of The Three Little Pigs story was? Well, Jon Scieszka gives his readers the opportunity to see a different perspective dealing with this very circumstance. In many of his books, including The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs by A. Wolf, Scieszka has used this style of writing that varies from the norm. Every turn of the page gives rise to new wonder and suspense as to what the reader will encounter as

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    Now let's just set this straight, there are many different stories about the three little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf or at least that was first story told about that. I don't know who would made up this story about the Three little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf but it was wrong. The real story did include 3 pigs and a Wolf but how it was told was an obscene lie about what had really happened. I am the third little pig and I am going to tell you what had really happened. On one sunny afternoon me and

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    Introduction: The Grimm Brothers’ Little Red Riding Hood (1857), and Roald Dahl’s contemporary spin on the well-known fairy tale, Little Red Riding Hood and the Wolf (1982), both endeavored to shape the meaning of the traditional fairy tale. Although Dahl relies on an audience familiar with the original fable to appreciate his alterations, both texts are aimed towards a target audience of children. Through comparison of the two differing versions, connections will be identified. Similarities and

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    typical children’s story “Little Red Riding Hood”. There are many differences in Carter version then the older stories, but at the same time they are very similar. All of the stories are about a little girl with a red cape going to her grandmother’s house, who lives in the middle of the woods. As she is walking to her grandmother’s house, she encounters a hungry wolf. She tells the wolf where she is going, then the wolf goes ahead of her, eats the grandmother and then eats Little red. Some of the differences

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    The view point of an author can be determined easily by comparing works of the same basic plots and characters. Also by contrasting the same two works is equally as important. “Little Red Riding Hood'; by Charles Perrault and Angela Carter’s “The Company of Wolves'; are perfect examples. The writer’s purpose, characterization, and readability shows one of many ways of pinpointing the author’s bias.      Clearly Carter and

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    am doing my own version of Little Red Riding Hood, I made Mr. Wolf the victim of this world’s cruelty in my story. Mr.Wolf became very nice to Red Riding Hood, because the kind hearted little girl gave him some meat and a milk, when he is in the verge of starvation. So, Mr. Wolf helped Little Red Riding Hood to find the closer way to grandma’s little cottage. He went first, and leaved a mark (idea from hansel and Gretel ☺), so that the little girl can follow. Mr. Wolf found the cottage, but with

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    The flight of the Nez Perce and the Cheyenne Odyssey/Exodus were two equally important parts of American Indian history. Nez Perce and the Northern Cheyenne shared a similar passion of wanting to be left alone in their lands but yet were forced off of them. Where they shared similarity they also had some differences in the specifics of their stories. This short paper will delve into the Nez Perce of the Far West and the Northern Cheyennes of the Great Plains and their truly admirable stories. For

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    I mean the Big Bad Wolf is actually a wolf. Of course he's gonna try to eat the pigs. The Three Little Pigs are just as the name implies. Pigs, by the way; they are pigs. We as humans can be very hypocritical, this very case is just one of the many examples of that. The Big Bad Wolf is literally a wolf. We really can't judge a wolf as a human as they are an animal, and for the most part don't have any form of morality. Just as any other animal in the wild does, the Big Bad Wolf was just following

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