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Journal Entry#1 - of Wolves she doesn’t introduce Little Red Riding Hood until the middle of the story We learn about Little Red Riding Hood in

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Caitlin McGowan January 28, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Journal Entry #1 How are Wolfland and The Company of Wolves similar to the original versions of Little Red Riding Hood? How are they different? Please pick at least 2 differences (1 from each retelling) and explain whether you think the changes were intentional on the author's part. If you think that they are, please explain why you think the author made those changes. Wolfland and The Company of Wolves are similar to the original version of Little Red Riding Hood. They share many similarities and differences. In Wolfland the wolf did not eat the grandmother. The midget in the story came out of nowhere. In The Company
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Unformatted text preview: of Wolves she doesn’t introduce Little Red Riding Hood until the middle of the story. We learn about Little Red Riding Hood in this version of the story and how she is growing up and becoming a woman. We also learn about the humanistic characteristics that the wolf has in the story. We begin to believe that the wolf is half human and it is even possible that towards the end Little Red Riding Hood can be turning into part wolf-like too. The girl in The Company of Wolves did not get eaten. READ 665-666 FOR HW JOURNAL 2...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course ENGLISH 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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