Fatoumata Dibaga English 10 14 February 2017 THE TRUE STORY OF THE LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD You think Little Red Riding Hood was just about a little girl who was walking in the woods to go give her sick grandma a basket full of goods? That she meets a wolf and tells him where she's going and the wolf goes ahead of her and eats her grandma and then waits for Little Red Riding Hood to come so he can eat her too? What if I told you that, that some parts aren't that accurate and actually
In her writings on feminist art, Jayne Wark has argued that it is not necessarily the presence of a feminist intention behind art that is important, but rather the political implications of the art and whether or not these implications engage in a feminist discourse. Artists who use “performance to bring an awareness of feminist concerns to the practice of art making, […] explicitly propose the idea that art could be a form of political science.” The issues and ideas behind many of Intan Rafiza’s
were passed around by word of mouth. One of the first written fairy tales was by written by Charles Perrault (France). The title for this story was literally, 'My Mother The Goose'. He wrote some of the earliest versions of Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding-hood and Cinderella. Then, cut to late 18th century Germany where two brothers were writing fairy tales. Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm (Germany) were writing the stories that we've come to know and love. Fun Fact: the word 'grim'