The Truth About: The Real Story About Fairy Tales Stephen Curtis Book
by Stephen Curtis
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Throughout times people have told stories and tales. At first these tales were told orally. Oral tradition, or oral lore as it may be known, is a form of human communication wherein knowledge and cultural material is received, preserved and transmitted orally from one generation to another. This transmission is through speech or song and may include folktales and fairy tales. They were passed on from father to son or mother to daughter. One generation after another could enjoy these tales. These stories that we heard as small children, were usually folktales and fairy stories. Tales that our parents and their parents heard when they were young, passed down through the generations. They were stories of hopes and dreams, of meetings with giants, wicked witches and goblins that inflict harm. Or kind fairies and dragons who restore peace and order. But not all these stories were faithfully reproduced. Some, for one reason or another, were changed and one could even say twisted. Was it to protect the guilty? Unfortunately the reasons are lost and we may never find out. It was only by being diligent and refusing to give up the pursuit of truth that I stumbled on these few accounts of what really happened. I can only hope that you the reader can understand the agony these persons, who were falsely portrayed, suffered in their lifetime. I can only present the truth here and let you be the judge.
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- Number of Pages: 126 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
- Publish Date: Aug 1, 2016
- Price: $11.30
- ASIN: 1536818860
- ISBN: 1536818860
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This is an incredible author and well worth your time reading this book.
,At least leave this legacy intact. in it's charming enchanting essence.
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