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Tell Me A Story 2: Animal Magic


"...if all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit....All things are connected like the blood which unites one family."
               
                                    Sealth, Chief Seattle, 1854

"When we in our time talk of stories, tales, we often forget that for most of human history, thousands of years--tales were told or sung. Reading came much later, is comparatively recent, and changed not only our way of receiving tales, but also the actual machinery of our minds. The print revolution lost us our memories--or partly."
                
                                  Doris Lessing, Problems, Myths and Stories
                                  London, 1999