Women Want A Fantastical Fairy Tale Ending But Without The Plot

I have always had a certain affinity for folklore. I wrote a paper in college with the thesis that nothing is more true than mythology. Myths and folklore are not made up by one individual but by a whole society, and so they tell a message about that society and often about ourselves as humans. Even if the actual events are false or exaggerated, the myth connects to us in a way that no other book can.
Authors imitating or adapting them like Hans Christian Andersen or Euripides often incorporated these elements into their stories, likely with little consciousness of the Read More

Source: Return of Kings