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Little Red Riding Hood 2.2

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Elizabeth Ericson (ps)

on 28 April 2010

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Transcript of Little Red Riding Hood 2.2

Little Red Riding Hood Versioning "...a revision constitutes a new version of the work if it engenders for it a new function"
"...versions entail some reconceptualization or reimagining of the work in question; versions are partly defined by their rhetorical impact on their audiences"
"...a version itself is always critical, contingent, relative or relational, functional, rhetorical, and perhaps above all, consequential..."
"Versions are the textual differences that make a difference.” Kirschenbaum, "Save As: Michael Joyce's Afternoons" Thesis Different methods of telling the tale of Little Red Riding Hood do not create distinct stories because of their different media but instead utilize their media to create different versions of the same story.
http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/ridinghood/index.html http://www.three.org/fairetales/home.html http://collection.eliterature.org/1/works/leishman__redridinghood.html Digital versions of Little Red Riding Hood Versioning and Revisioning
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