Green Riding Hood

Legends and Fairy Tales are society’s way of telling children the principles and morals they should learn at an early age. Classic novels and fairy tales have been retold and altered all over the history of literature. The changes made in the raw material of a story – the fabula, reflect where the culture is at that moment of time. The story of Red Riding Hood is a good example of this theory.

There are so many versions of Red Riding Hood, such as the Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault in 1697 or Little Red Cap by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm written in 1812. James Finn Garner published his version of Little Red Riding Hood with Macmillan Publishing USA in 1994. In any literary piece the story reflects the society that it was made in. Green Riding Hood or Love/Hate is an illustration about a relationship between the tattooed beauty and the bad wolf with some twists and turns.

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