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How Retro Storytelling Can Help Boost Imaginative Capacity, Faye Miller , 2016 single work column
'Everyone loves a good story. It’s a vital part of human experience. There’s an element of story in just about every form of popular culture, and also in the sciences and arts. Stories began as the earliest form of oral folklore shared around the campfire and have evolved into interactive e-books. ...'

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