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Prerraults Version of Little Red Ridding Hood

Summary: Analysis of how Charles Prerraults version of Little Red Riding Hood illustrates the society in which it was written there values and gender values.
I will also be showing how fairytales can sometimes have extended meanings and how they can teach quit a lot. I will have also shown how Fairytales can serve cultural functions to explain a society to itself, revealing its own mechanisms and taboos in highly symbolic language, images.

The simplicity, linearity and one dimensionality of fairytales have led to the belief in there allegorical nature, a conviction that fairytales mean something quite different from what stands in the text. As with most literary works there is deeper meaning in fairytales than just meets the eye. Little Red, the Wolf, and Grandmother are all one-dimensional characters. The illustrations are simple and sweet. No one character has more emphasis than the other and the focus is on the highly symbolic language, images.

The hearing of Fairytales is particularly suitable for children, as children need to learn how to navigate the...

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