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The company of wolves



Words: 1991 (8 pages)

Angela Carter’s “The Company of Wolves” is a feminist and gothic retelling of the classic fairy tale “Little Red Riding-Hood”. Carter’s story involves the werewolf as sexual predator, a symbol for both danger and desire, over which a young girl triumphs, employing her new found sexual power and giving in to the symbol of carnal…

Short Story Comparative

Short Story


Words: 340 (2 pages)

Kate Wang Student # : 602285 ENG 3U0-E From the beginning of time, the role given to men has always been the breadwinner and the women as the housekeeper. These stereotypes have been broken as more women are entering the work force due frustration with their limitations in society. Women are happier being less dependent…

White Fang by Jack London



Words: 433 (2 pages)

“White Fang” starts out with 2 men and a group of 6 sled dogs traveling across the Arctic with a dead man in a coffin. This group was followed by a pack of famished wolves. Each night a female half wolf half dog would seduce a dog away and allow the pack to kill him….

History of the Werewolf



Words: 468 (2 pages)

The werewolf is a myth that has been around since the ancient Greeks and is still prevalent in today’s culture. Some websites say that the origins of werewolf’s are in the territory of the Fox tribe today known as Wisconsin. People who have seen a werewolf have described it as a tall, greyish white beast…

Little Red Riding Hood: Good vs. Evil

Little Red Riding Hood


Words: 1796 (8 pages)

For generations there has always been a constant battle between good and evil. In society today, and societies in the past, people have struggled over the desire to be good, and the temptation to be evil. In one single tale we see different forms of good and evil, as well as how different ideas become…

The Wolf- Moose Study of Isle Royale National Park



Words: 1413 (6 pages)

To listen to the music of the wilderness, is to listen to the howl of the wolf. Man may never fully understand the composer, nor his passion behind each note, but the aura of mystery that surrounds him will forever fill our dreams with wonder and adventure. For centuries, wolves have carried their melodies on…

Analysis of White Fang by Jack London

Jack London


Words: 352 (2 pages)

White Fang By London, Jack Published by Waldman Publishers Corp This animal is part dog, part wolf, this animal as a lot of strength and courage. White fang is an lonely orphan dog which lives in the frozen frontier of Yukon. Where he is abused by this mean guy who always abuses and mistreats wolves…

The Call of the Wild



Words: 2044 (9 pages)

Part one: The beginning of the story takes place in Santa Clara Valley, California during the gold rush of 1896. Buck lives with his owner, Judge Miller, in an expensive house in the suburbs. Buck is loved by Miller and his kids and grandkids. He feels important, loved, and superior to all the other pets…

Thinking like a Mountain



Words: 361 (2 pages)

Thinking like a MountainIn Aldo Leopold’s essay Thinking like a Mountain, we can see how his enthusiasm to kill a wolf shifted to an enthusiasm to save every creature in the mountain. The point he’s trying to convey in his essay is that every creature in the environment is important, because it plays a role…

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood


Words: 597 (3 pages)

Angela Carter’s rendition of the Little Red Riding Hood is called The Company of Wolves. This version begins by creating the image of a dangerous, cunning, and ferocious creature – the wolf. Carter tells tales of wolves and their evil and deceiving ways. She later transitions into her version of Little Red Riding Hood and…

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