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📒Telling Tales ✍ Gail De Vos
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Enrich your family life, connect with your children, and celebrate your ancestors by learning to tell family stories, folktales and nursery rhymes. Telling Tales: Storytelling in the Family is a fascinating guide to the art of gathering and telling stories. Written by three renowned storytellers, Telling Tales includes personal stories, how-to tips and extensive resource lists. Storytelling is relationship. Stories become the threads that bind a family. We all tell stories about our experiences and daily life. When we die, it is our stories that are remembered. Family stories remembered and shared help the family, and the individuals who comprise it, to survive and flourish.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Katherine Cummings
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📒Telling Tales ✍ David Blamires
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Germany has had a profound influence on English stories for children. The Brothers Grimm, The Swiss Family Robinson and Johanna Spyri's Heidi quickly became classics but, as David Blamires clearly articulates in this volume, many other works have been fundamental in the development of English chilren's stories during the 19th Centuary and beyond. Telling Tales is the first comprehensive study of the impact of Germany on English children's books, covering the period from 1780 to the First World War. Beginning with The Adventures of Baron Munchausen, moving through the classics and including many other collections of fairytales and legends (Musaus, Wilhelm Hauff, Bechstein, Brentano) Telling Tales covers a wealth of translated and adapted material in a large variety of forms, and pays detailed attention to the problems of translation and adaptation of texts for children. In addition, Telling Tales considers educational works (Campe and Salzmann), moral and religious tales (Carove, Schmid and Barth), historical tales, adventure stories and picture books (including Wilhelm Busch's Max and Moritz) together with an analysis of what British children learnt through textbooks about Germany as a country and its variegated history, particularly in times of war.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Catherine A. Cavanaugh
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Women played a vital role in the shaping of the West in Canada between the 1880s and 1940s. Yet surprisingly little is known about their contributions or the differences sex and gender made to the opportunities and obstacles women encountered. Telling Tales contributes to the rewriting of western Canada's past by integrating women into the shifting power matrix of class, race, and gender that formed the basis of colonization and settlement. Telling Tales both challenges founding myths of the region and inspires rethinking of how we tell the story of western Canadian colonization and settlement.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Amit Dasgupta
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Wonderful Stories Have Been Written For Children In India. These Are Available In Different Regional Languages But Little Effort Has Gone Into Popularising Them Or Making People Aware Of The Considerable Literature Available On The Subject. It May Come As A Matter Of Surprise To Some That The Panchatantra Tales Left The Shores Of India Several Years Ago And Has Found Ready Acceptance In Many Parts Of The World. The Stories Have Been Adapted To Suit Local Conditions But Their Essence Has Remained The Same.This Volume Contains Articles From Some Of The Leading Exponents In The Field Of Children'S Literature In India. The Canopic Spread Touches Various Interesting Aspects Such As Mythologies, Illustrations, Children'S Libraries, Etc.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Amit Chaudhuri
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : DIV Spanning a writing career of over twenty years, acclaimed novelist and author of Calcutta: Two Years in the City, Amit Chaudhuri, is also one of the most gifted essayists and critics writing today, whose work has appeared in the pages of many of the most prestigious newspapers and journals in the world, including The London Review of Books, the Times Literary Supplement, Granta, the Guardian, and the Dublin Review. Collected here for the first time, Mere Writing is a selection of Chaudhuri’s most enduring short non-fiction that showcases his sense of humour, his idiosyncratic capacity to transform the mundane, his political engagement, and his mastery of words. From playing ‘Cowboys and Indians’ as a child in India to an outsider’s perspective on the British class system to a plane that was hijacked by Pakistani men and taken to Afghanistan at the turn of the millennium to the works of V. S Naipaul and to the humble Indian savoury, the chanachur, these essays display Chaudhuri’s ability to find meaning in every aspect of the physical and intellectual world and will consolidate his reputation as one of most original and elegant writers publishing in English today. /div
📒Telling Tales ✍ Richard Edwards
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Guidance and counselling in the context of learning is an area that is growing rapidly and attracting a lot of interest within the field of education. This reader presents a range of different perspectives - those of the user, practitioner, professional, manager, policy-maker and academic. By offering these various tales, the book aims to encourage a more beneficial interchange of dialogue between the people involved, whether they be in the role of the counsellor or the counselled. Written for a new module on the Open University's MA in Education - E839
📒Telling Tales ✍ C. N. Nageswara Rao
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : Tales in this book are tiny in size, but titanic in effect. They dwell on various worldly and otherworldly aspects of life and present a wide angle view of the world. They are pregnant with thought. They focus on purpose of life, invocation of power in self, personality development, vision and mission, work culture, belief world, scientific outlook and holistic approach in life. They bring into spotlight many overlooked aspects of life and make readers notice them. They teach to transform the young world. Various characters in the tales gods, god men, conquerors, commoners, saints, scholars, kings, courtiers, mentors, merchants, teachers, winners, birds, animals and other characters line up to amuse, enthuse, entertain, enthral, enlighten, enliven and engage readers through their telling and touching tales. They attempt to metamorphose denizens of dungeons into citizens of the world. Telling tales, spinning yarns of magic, stand to take readers on a conducted trip into a literary world full of scenic spots and delight them with a sumptuous feast of joys.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Joel T. Rosenthal
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : In Telling Tales, Joel Rosenthal takes us on a journey through some familiar sources from fourteenth- and fifteenth-century England to show how memories and recollections can be used to build a compelling portrait of daily life in the late Middle Ages. Rosenthal is a senior medievalist whose work over the years has spanned several related areas, including family history, women's history, the life cycle, and memory and testimony. In Telling Tales, he brings all of these interests to bear on three seemingly disparate bodies of sources: the letters of Margaret Paston, depositions from a dispute between the Scropes and Grosvenors over a contested coat of arms, and Proof of Age proceedings, whereby the legal majority of an heir was established. In Rosenthal's hands these familiar sources all speak to questions of testimony, memory, and narrative at a time when written records were just becoming widespread. In Margaret Paston, we see a woman who helped hold family and family business together as she mastered the arduous and complex task of letter writing. In the knights whose tales were elicited for the Scrope and Grosvenor case, we witness the bonding of men in arms in the Hundred Years War. From the Proofs of Age, we have brief tales that are rich in the give-and-take of daily life in the village - memories of baptisms, burials, a trip to market, a fall from a roof, or marriage to another juror's sister.
📒Telling Tales ✍ Kay Murray
✏Telling Tales Book Summary : This book is about my life as a teenager growing up in Rhodesia during the 1970s. The book holds stories of hard and very difficult times, coping with the impact of the living in the era of aparthied and political unrest. I was a young girl, who loved the warm, sunny, beautiful African climate, but my life was not always fun and games. My schooling and general upbringing would be severely frowned upon these days, as I was taught by people who imposed racist and unhealthy views. Within these pages I recall my happy and care free youth, including the worst of times too, when I was betrayed by my best friend in the worst way possible. This book contains some adult content and is not suitable for young readers.