Respond to each question with at least three sentences.

1. How Does Angela Carter reimagine a traditional patriarchal fairytale? How does she evoke and challenge a specific fairytale?

2. In this story, two female characters are rivals. Why?

3. Who is the hero and who is the villain? (Note that I’m not using terms like protagonist and antagonist.)

4. Is this a feminist story? Why or why not?

5. What is the narrator’s attitude toward these “upland woodsmen”? Which words lead you to this conclusion?