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Further and beyond the ancestry of fairytale - CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Part of Chris Brooks' series of talks on the history and evolution of folklore and fairy tales. This talk will examine whether these universal and enduring tales have been solely dispersed over time and vast distances by travelling storytellers or do they spontaneously arise from the deep well of the human unconscious? Please book online at http://www.chrisbrooksunlimited.uk/talks/
Date: 14 May 2020
Time: 19:30 - 21:00
Description: Part of Chris Brooks' series of talks on the history and evolution of folklore and fairy tales. This talk will examine whether these universal and enduring tales have been solely dispersed over time and vast distances by travelling storytellers or do they spontaneously arise from the deep well of the human unconscious? Please book online at http://www.chrisbrooksunlimited.uk/talks/
Audience: Adult
Cost: £4.00
Theme: Stories in the Library

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