Dr. Esther Lopez
Angela Carter’s book, The Bloody Chamber is one of the most interesting takes on fairy tales that there is. Upon first hearing about this book, some people may think that she has re-written some fairy tales or that she has made more “adult” versions of them. However, Carter insists that this is not the case. “My intention was not to do ‘versions’ or, as the American edition of the book said, horribly, ‘adult’ fairy tales, but to extract the latent content from the traditional stories and to use it as the beginnings of new stories.”
"This White Rose: Virginity in The Bloody Chamber,"
The Corinthian: Vol. 15
, Article 5.
Available at: http://kb.gcsu.edu/thecorinthian/vol15/iss1/5