The Trials & Tribulations of Little Red Riding Hood

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Jack Zipes
Psychology Press, 1993 - Literary Criticism - 408 pages
3 Reviews
A study based on the premise that literary fairy tales were consciously cultivated and employed in 17th-century France to reinforce the regulation of sexuality in modern Europe and that the discourse on manners and gender roles in fairy tales has contributed more to the creation of our present-day social norms that we realize.
 

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Jack Zipes has collected 31 versions of the story of Little Red Riding Hood for this book, ranging from 1697 to 1979, including plays, poems and stories. He introduces them with an essay that examines ... Read full review

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Jack Zipes recounts and analyzes the many ways people have used the story of "Little Red Riding Hood" to reflect their culture- particularly their perceptions of women and sexuality. This collection ... Read full review

Contents

Ye True Hystorie of Little Red Riding Hood
43
Little Red Riding Hood 1729
94
Little Red Riding Hood 1846
159
The Story of Little Red RidingHood 1864
173
The True History of Little GoldenHood 1888
195
Little Green Riding Hood 1914
201
Sturry from Rad Ridink Hoot 1926
207
Edith Anna Enone Somerville Irish
215
Red Riding Hood 1972
251
The Old Wolf 1976
265
Little Red Cap 1974
274
The Company of Wolves 1979
282
Goldflower and the Bear 1979
292
Not So Little Red Riding Hood 1985
324
Roja and Leopold 1990
345
Notes on Authors 585
389

The Girl and the Wolf 1939
228
Little Polly Riding Hood 1955
235
Red Riding Hood 1971
241

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