The Foxes and the Grapevine
The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog
And into the vineyard she hastily did jog.
She reached for the grapes that were held high… 241 more words
“No love-story has ever been told twice. I never heard any tale of lovers that did not seem to me as new as the world on its first morning.”
Mythology has always fascinated me. Since first reading Bulfinch’s Mythology in late middle school, I’ve enjoyed reading all types of old stories and legends, from classic Greek and Roman mythology to more obscure mythological traditions like Basque stories to fairy tales and urban legends. 337 more words
There’s something childish, exciting, and quintessentially magical about fairytales. The problem is, most of them are pretty puerile or morbid stories. Either you get the dolled up Disney version of Cinderella, or you go back far enough to the Grimm Brothers’ version where the stepsisters are hacking off parts of their feet in order to fit into the glass slipper. 434 more words