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Journal Entry #2 - characteristic of the hood being...

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Caitlin McGowan January 31, 2011 Professor Kegler EN102 – Section 81 Journal Entry #2 What do you think of Bettleheim's analysis of Little Red Riding Hood? Do you think that what he says hits on the mark, or is it out of left field? Why? What might you have done differently? I think that Bettleheim’s analysis of Little Red Riding Hood was weird. I felt that he tried to hard in his analysis and that it was very repetitive. If I were to do it differently I believe that I wouldn’t relate every single aspect to being sexual. In addition, the
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Unformatted text preview: characteristic of the hood being “red” which he referred to red as symbolizing sex. In my point of view Bettelheim’s comment is certainly not accurate. I worked at a daycare during my high school career and I was a camp counselor over the summer so I have a lot of experience with children and I’m almost 100 percent sure that they would not relate Little Red Riding Hood’s hood being red to sex....
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