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Possible interpretations: The wolf as a symbol of appetite, of voracious consumption. 'Appetite' implies sexual greed: the consumption of flesh both for nourishment and sexual gratification. Echoes Carter's other wolves – and some of Carter's male characters. Key quotation 3: The nuns hide Wolf-Alice away from the world. Carter's adaptations of traditional fairytales often present the readers with a sexualised, feminist angle. This can be said specifically of Angela Carter's Wolf Trilogy, “The Werewolf,” “The Company of Wolves” and “Wolf-Alice,” where the traditional message of Red Riding Hood as a warning to young girls is. "Wolf-Alice" by Angela Carter Could this ragged girl with brindled lugs have spoken like we do she would have called herself a wolf, but she cannot speak, although she howls because she is lonely--yet' howl' is not the right word for it, since she is young enough to make the noise that pups do, bubbling,.



Carter's adaptations of traditional fairytales often present the readers with a sexualised, feminist angle. This can be said specifically of Angela Carter's Wolf Trilogy, “The Werewolf,” “The Company of Wolves” and “Wolf-Alice,” where the traditional message of Red Riding Hood as a warning to young girls is. "Wolf-Alice" by Angela Carter Could this ragged girl with brindled lugs have spoken like we do she would have called herself a wolf, but she cannot speak, although she howls because she is lonely--yet' howl' is not the right word for it, since she is young enough to make the noise that pups do, bubbling,. An Archive of Our Own, a project of the Organization for Transformative Works.

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