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    Portrait of a Young Man in a Red Cap Sandro Botticelli, real name Alessandro di Mariano Filipepi, was one of the greatest painters of the Florentine Renaissance. His work, Portrait of a Young Man in a Red Cap, captures his highly personalized style. He is known for his execution and precise use of lines to portray objects realistically. The Portrait of a Young Man in a Red Cap will be the source of our discussion, but first a background of Sandro Botticelli’s artistic relations is necessary. 	Botticelli

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    A Comparison of Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault and Little Red Cap by the Brothers Grimm The stories ?Little Red Riding Hood,? by Charles Perrault, and ?Little Red Cap,? by the Brothers Grimm, are similar and different. Moreover, both stories differ from the American version. The stories have a similar moral at the end, each with a slight twist. This story, in each of its translations, is representative of a girl?s loss of innocence, her move from childhood or adolescence into adulthood

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    Duffy Little Red Cap poem In “Little Red Cap” discuss the use of imagery, syntax and structure. Plan: Introduction to the collection of poems Similarities and differences between this poem and original fairytale Imagery – how has Duffy used the words used to create pictures in the reader’s head? Syntax – word order. Why has she written sentences the way she has? Emphasis on a particular word. Structure – length of stanzas “Little Red Cap” is written by Carol Ann Duffy found in

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    more clearly. This is exactly what Angela Carter did in her text, “The Company of Wolves,” Carter creates and reveals to readers a feminist point in her rewrite. Carter is criticizing the original text of Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm’s story, “Little Red Cap.” Carter develops a female protagonist who is independent and also explores her sexuality, unlike the Grimm Brothers who creates a poorly developed damsel in distress. Carter, also does not include a typical fairytale story ending, unlike the Grimm

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    Little Red Cap by Carrol Anna Duffy

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    assess literature (137). However, in Carol Ann Duffy’s “Little Red Cap”, such factors excluded by New Criticism aim to reinforce and embody complexity and wholeness unachieved by New Criticism’s limited assessment of “formal elements” (137). Due to New Criticism’s focus on objective form and its exclusion of all outside influences like authorship, readership, and culture, New Criticism fails to accurately assess Duffy’s “Little Red Cap”, thus showing the critique’s limitations as a universally applicable

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    “Little Red Cap” quickly became a household tale among children and adults, due to the imperative lessons that it directs to children and their parents'. Behind the initial story lies a message which, ”Cautions young girls to mind their mothers and not stray from

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    The folk tale of “Little Red Riding Hood” has numerous variations and interpretations depending on what recorded version is being read or analyzed. “Little Red Cap,” by the Grimm Brothers, and “The Grandmother,” as collected by Achille Millien, are different in numerous ways: the depth of the narrative structure, characters involved, length – yet, the moral lesson is largely unchanged between the two versions. One of the more glaring differences between the two versions is the way that the narrator

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    the tale of Little Red Riding hood, however it wasn’t until college that I was aware of the references regarding this tale. In reading both Charles Perrault’s “Little Red Riding Hood” and Brothers Grimm’s “Little Red-Cap,” I can see what it is that makes these works of literature a common and ongoing tale that adults continue to tell their children. I can also see how children would be attracted and captivated by this fairytale. While some may suggest that the story of Little Red Riding Hood is appealing

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    Carol Ann Duffy's Little Red-Cap and Delilah

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    Carol Ann Duffy's "Little Red-Cap” and “Delilah" “During the 1980s, a unique type and style of women-led peace protest strategies emerged that relied on the powerful language, and particularly the powerful imagery of women as a group engaged in an extended protest against nuclear weapons” (LaWare 18). Carol Ann Duffy’s book, The World’s Wife, was first published in Great Britain in 1999, and two of its dramatic monologues similarly rely on the powerful language and imagery of women engaged

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    Little Red Cap appears benevolent upon the facade, concealed within the subtext comprises the author’s political agenda; thus weaving that which frightens the reader and the author’s political rhetoric within the same ledger. Subversively, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm have employed this tactic in order to push forth their anti-semitic ideology: that the Jewish people embody the wolf rapping at the door. Furthermore,

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