Important Points on Rewriting Old Stories for Children

Maryam Jalali

Abstract


Various works with different genres can be applied to rewrite classic literature. Versified stories, unreal fictions and real stories are identified as texts which can be rewritten in a new texture. The first rewritten texts have been published long ago. The authors and researchers have been more knowledgeable in this regard particularly in the last two decades in order to carry out a remarkable development in this field. It should be considered that there are talented authors who realize the capability of these texts while analyzing them. As a matter of fact, this capability is referred to being recreated and turning into a new texture and structure. It seems as if these myths are supposed to step into a new universe where it is founded on written speech. This recreation is emerged because the society needs to take a look at its past in a modern version because modern children are going to read them.

Keywords: Rewriting, Old Story, children’s literature, contemporary


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