Squared ideas / Ambiguous tales

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  • This research embodies the formal documentation of the square developing into an analysis of the sexual representation of the Brothers Grimm tale Red Riding Hood. It objects a closer look onto the traditional illustrations of this tale published around 1900, by juxtaposing them with contemporary advertisement. The concluding resolution rebuilds the narrative of the story by looking into each step Red Riding Hood is undertaking whilst encountering the wolf.