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They are, in short, impostors, and the extent to which they have real power implies some criticism of the society that allows them their power. Children will appreciate the mystery and romance of this story; adults will appreciate its depth and wisdom” (p. 31). Likewise its deployment in everyday speech. Gabriela Rasuk English Composition II Melissa Juchniewicz Feminist Criticism 2/23/13 Hide the Hood Little Girl Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault is a story every child learns that is about a young girl with a red riding hood who goes into the woods to deliver some food to her very ill grandmother and in her journey she encounters a wolf who in the end wants to trick her into believing he is her grandmother.

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Meignan, "De L'Eden a Moise", Paris, 1895, 1-88; Baxter, "Sanctuary and Sacrifice", London, 1896; Abbé de Broglie, "Questions bibliques", Paris, 1897, pp. 89-169; Pelt, "Histoire de l'A. T.", 3rd ed., Paris, 1901, I, pp. 291-326; Vigouroux, Les Livres Saints et la critique rationaliste", Paris, 1902, III, 1-226; IV, 239-53, 405-15; Idem, "Manuel biblique", 12th ed., Paris, 1906, I, 397-478; Kley, "Die Pentateuchfrage, ihre Geschichte und ihre Systeme", Munster, 1903; Hopfl, "Die hohere Bibelkritik", Paderborn, 1902; Thomas, "The Organic Unity of the Pentateuch", London, 1904; Wiener, "Studies in Biblical Law", London, 1904; Rouse, "The Old Testament in New Testament Light", London, 1905; Redpath, "Modern Criticism and the Book of Genesis", London, 1905; Hoberg, "Moses und der Pentateuch", Freiburg, 1905; Orr, "The Problem of the Old Testament considered with reference to Recent Criticism", London, 1906 In Folk Roots, New Roots: Folklore in American Life. Lexington, MA: Museum of Our National Heritage, 1988. Leavy, Barbara Fass. “Wilkie Collins’ Cinderella: The History of Psychology and The Woman in White.” Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, 10, 1982, pp. 91-141. [In an effort to explain his ‘lunatic’ Anne Catherick, Wilkie Colins anticipated some of the major psychiatric theories prevalent today by embodying his insights in a mythical approach to one of Victorian England’s favorite fairy tales, Cinderella” (p. 92).] -----
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