The Language Of The Two Ronnies Comedy

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Feminine Aspect and Aggression Theme of Little Red Riding Hood GhiasiAn Upswing in Feminine Aspect and the Theme of Aggression in Little Red Riding HoodBased on the fact that fables teach us moral lessons especially by a story about animals, it is probable that everyone communicate with the story in his own way. Everybody's take on the story's issues will be different. Thus we are going to search for the evidences, taking a feminist frame of analysis, investigating the theme of aggression and cruelty in Little Red Riding Hood, which is a well-known bedtime story.The fairy tale of Little Red Riding Hood is now incorporated into the literature of all civilized peoples, and is read as enthusiastically by the children around German and French firesides as it is in England and America. (Aldin, 238-239) It also has a lot of fans in Iran, in a way that there is not anyone who does not know this little girl.This story has been changed considerably in its history and subject to many adaptations and readings.The story revolves around a girl called Little Red Riding Hood, after that she wears the red cloak. The girl walks through the woods to deliver food to her sickly grandmother (grape juice and banana bread, or wine and cake depending on the translation). She had the order from her mother to stay strictly on the path.A mean wolf wants to eat the girl and the food in the basket. He secretly stalks her behind trees and bushes and shrubs and patches of little and tall grass. He approaches Little Red Riding Hood and she naïvely tells him where she is going! He suggests the girl pick some flowers, which she does. In the meantime, he goes to the grandmother's house and gains entry by pretending to be the girl. He swallows the grandmother whole, (in some stories, he locks her in the closet), and waits for the girl, disguised as the grandma.When the girl arrives, she notices that her grandmother looks very strange. Little Red then says, "What a deep voice you have," ("The better to greet you with"), "Goodness, what big eyes you have," ("The better to see you with") "And what big hands you have!" ("The better to hug/grab you with"), and lastly, "What a big mouth you have," ("The better to eat you with!") at which point the wolf jumps out of bed, and swallows her up too. Then he falls fast asleep.A lumberjack comes to the rescue and with his axe cuts open the wolf's belly, which had fallen asleep. Little Red Riding Hood and her grandmother emerge unharmed. They fill the wolf's body with heavy stones. The wolf awakens and tries to flee, but the stones cause him to collapse and die.Martha Crippon argues that children access to all varieties of literature is extremely important for their success. Children's literature is important because it provides them with opportunities to respond to literature; it gives them appreciation about their own cultural heritage as well as those of others; it helps them to develop emotional intelligence and creativity; it nurtures...

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