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Structure and tone of each tale
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The choice of language used by authors can convey specific meaning for the target audience. The choice of words, the tone and the structure of language chosen by the author determines the image that forms in in the minds of the readers. In the Brothers Grimm “Little Red Riding Hood” repetition is used to help readers remember the important events of the story. Additionally, Grimm brothers use simple and straightforward words to present certain things as facts. Carter and Lee deviates from the approach taken by the Grimm brothers to present a completely different theme to the story. Both Carter and Lee, in their stories tiled “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Wolfland,” respectively, use complicated language to make readers think different about the gender issue and the place of women in the society. In this paper, the different language approach used by Carter and Lee are analyzed to understand how the two authors used the same original story to completely change the way readers things that Grimm brothers considered factual and natural.
Angela Carter’s “The Company of Wolves” is a story that retells the story of the “Red Riding Hood fairytale.” However, in the story, Carter shows a clear departure from the story, and hence shifting the central storyline from the typical fairytale structure. By departing from this known standard structure, Carter explores a new character of Red Riding Hood who is portrayed as a strong, independent and more rounded character, which is a big contrast from the character in the original tale....
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