Little Red Riding Hood

A Casebook

Author: Alan Dundes

Publisher: Univ of Wisconsin Press


Category: Social Science

Page: 251

View: 522

"Alan Dundes of the University of California, Berkeley, continues his exploration of well-loved fairy tales with this casebook on one of the best-known of them all: Little Red Riding Hood. The twelve essays are by international scholars representing an impressive cross section of theoretical approaches."--Page 4 of cover.

The IUCN Plant Red Data Book

Comprising Red Data Sheets on 250 Selected Plants Threatened on a World Scale

Author: International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources

Publisher: IUCN


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 540

View: 243

Information on 250 selected plants on a world scale.

Red Riding Hood

Author: Dino Lingo

Publisher: Dino Lingo




View: 642

Red Riding Hood

Red Blood Cell Membranes

Structure: Function: Clinical Implications

Author: Peter Agre

Publisher: CRC Press


Category: Science

Page: 760

View: 195

The Trials & Tribulations of Little Red Riding Hood

Author: Jack Zipes

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 408

View: 442

Presents the many faces of Little Red Riding Hood. Bringing together 35 of the best versions of the tale, from the Brothers Grimm to Anne Sexton, the author uses the tales to explore questions of Western culture, sexism and politics.

Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 For Dummies

Author: Terry Collings

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons


Category: Computers

Page: 408

View: 502

Provides just what administrators need to configure, manage, maintain, and upgrade a Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) system Red Hat is the most popular Linux distribution, with 70 percent of the U.S. market; RHEL subscriptions climbed to 87,000 during the quarter ending February 2004-up 85 percent Covers all four RHEL versions-Desktop, Workstation, Enterprise Server, and Application Server Delivers the lowdown on the X Window System, printer configuration, Samba, Internet server set up, administration of users and groups, backups and file restoration, and security

A Taste for Red

Author: Lewis Harris

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt


Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 176

View: 939

A sixth-grade Goth girl who thinks she’s a vampire encounters her greatest nemesis when she enrolls at Sunny Hill Middle School in this hilarious and entirely original take on the vampire genre for middle graders. Svetlana Grimm has recently discovered she’s a vampire. The clues are all there: she can eat only red foods, has to sleep under the bed because of her heightened sensitivity to light and noise, and can read others’ thoughts. But this new discovery is making her transition from home-schooling to attending sixth grade at Sunny Hill Middle School that much more difficult. After all, what can she possibly have in common with those jellybean-eaters in her class? She prefers to watch them from afar in her hidden lair atop the Oak of Doom in her backyard. But things get more interesting when Svetlana’s cruel yet beautiful science teacher, Ms. Larch, reads her thoughts. Svetlana is excited to have found another of her kind—until her new neighbor, The Bone Lady, fills her in on Ms. Larch's true identity and her own. What happens when your sixth-grade science teacher might also be your immortal enemy?

Red Fox

Author: E. Zimen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Science

Page: 285

View: 648

Symposium on Behaviour and Ecology, Saarbrücken, FRG, 1979

Red Tides

Author: Tomotoshi Okaichi

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media


Category: Science

Page: 441

View: 404

This book examines large-scale outbreaks of red tide along coastal areas, which is associated with fish and shellfish mass mortalities through poisoning. This book discusses the red tide phenomena throughout the world, including biological research results on taxonomy of cyst and vegetative cells of red tide organisms and ecological and physiological studies using ecological modeling.