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Nipe 1Cassandra N. NipeMr. St. PeterAPE9 December 2019Annotated BibliographyCarroll, Joseph. “Violence in Literature: An Evolutionary Perspective.” The Evolution of Violence, Sept. 2013, pp. 33–52. Research Gate , doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-9314-3_3.This article delves into the intricate inner workings of human nature, and how violenceand conflict interact and are perceived by the human mind. Violence is used in novels to breakinto human nature. Authors use violence and conflict to access the readers emotional responses,evoking cognitive thinking, learning, and emotional attachment to certain characters andsituations. The author (Joseph Carroll) proceeds to list classic works of literature using violencein a thought provoking way. Two of these texts were two different versions of the classic folktale“Little Red Riding Hood”. The first version is the more well known Grimms’ version. In thisversion, Carroll states that the Grimms’ versions’ use of violence helps stimulate children’slearning mechanisms by instilling fear and caution. The distinguishing between wolf andgrandmother helps instil a fear of strangers at a young age, and teaches them stranger avoidanceat a young age. The article then describes Angela Carters’ version of the “Little Red RidingHood” called “The Werewolf”, and how in Carters’ version the little girl is not the victim but thevillain, as she convinces the town that her grandmother is a witch and her grandmother getsstoned to death. The violence in this story triggers the reader's cognitive assessments of the

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