Woods Wolf Girl

Woods Wolf Girl Cornelia Hoogland takes the story of Little Red Riding Hood and turns it inside out in this sensuous Canadian retelling The woods and wolves are vivid and real while Red herself is anything but a one

  • Title: Woods Wolf Girl
  • Author: Cornelia Hoogland
  • ISBN: 9781894987530
  • Page: 361
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cornelia Hoogland takes the story of Little Red Riding Hood and turns it inside out in this sensuous Canadian retelling The woods and wolves are vivid and real, while Red herself is anything but a one dimensional girl child A meditation on innocence and its loss, and on the power of the green wilderness, Woods Wolf Girl uses striking lyric poetry to expose the heart of tCornelia Hoogland takes the story of Little Red Riding Hood and turns it inside out in this sensuous Canadian retelling The woods and wolves are vivid and real, while Red herself is anything but a one dimensional girl child A meditation on innocence and its loss, and on the power of the green wilderness, Woods Wolf Girl uses striking lyric poetry to expose the heart of the original fairy tale.

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    1. This book is a retelling of the Little Red Riding Hood tale in a poetry sequence, with each section titled either Mother, Woodsman or Red, no direct voice for Wolf or Grandmother, though they re certainly spoken of It s perhaps inevitable that I related mostly to the voice of the Mother, my days as Red being long gone As Mother worries about Red from the relative safety and comfort of the home she has made for herself and her daughter, Mother s horrific past experiences emerge As I typed that, I [...]


    2. This review was deleted following s purchase of GoodReads The review can still be viewed via LibraryThing, where my profile can be found here.I m also in the process of building a database at Booklikes, where I can be found here.If you read liked clicked through to see this review here on GR, many thanks.


    3. This was an unusual read for me, as I don t read a lot of poetry which goes for most people, I suppose What makes it even unusual, is that I m distantly related to the author, which is how I came to know of this volume.Woods Wolf Girl is a short read, that probably requires another go, as I don t think I got everything out of it that I could in that first read through I don t believe it s possible to get everything that s in there, due to the nature of poetry, but it definitely warrants another [...]


    4. I m new to Cornelia s writing but am so glad that I discovered it This talented Canuck takes up down the forest path in a darker, heavier way Told through Red s eyes, and sparsed out like a script later on in the book Some very touching and introspective lines She s marked she can see that.She can t go back.This red she hears Worth checking out.


    5. Hey, Everyone Please check out my latest interview with poet Cornelia Hoogland as we discuss her sixth collection of poetry Woods Wolf Girl Wolsak and Wynn, 2011 Read the interview now on my TTQ Blog thetorontoquarterly.c


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