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Little Red Riding Hood Revisited By Russell Baker. Prebared by Anas Alyamani. About Russell Baker. Russell Baker (1925) was born in a rural town in Virginia and grew up in New Jersey and Maryland . Russell Baker received his B.A. in English from Johns Hopkins University in 1947 .

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about russell baker
About Russell Baker
  • Russell Baker (1925) was born in a rural town in Virginia and grew up in New Jersey and Maryland.
  • Russell Baker received his B.A. in English from Johns Hopkins University in 1947.
  • Russell Baker worked as a reporter for The Baltimore Sun and then The New York Times.
  • He's style is generally casual but thoughtful.
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About Russell Baker
  • In 1979 he received the Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary and autobiography Growing Up in 1982.
  • This article first published in his New York Times column in 1980.
  • Also, This article is entertaining satire of the prose style of much scholarly writing.
  • He translated this article into modern American language so he is making fun of this language.