People just can't live together without telling stories. We tell stories that are funny, ironic, insightful, or just simply pleasing to the tongue and ear. Stories just seem to happen. When a story happens with the force of universality, it finds its way into that pantheon of tales that is the common denominator of cultural exchange. Here are 33 such tales, collected from Brazil, China, Korea, Russia, Tibet, Africa, from America's native peoples, and other lands, and chosen for the universality ....
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by Heather Forest
by Robin Jones Gunn
by Roseanne Greenfield Thong
by Elmer Kelton
by Jim Murphy
by W. Michael Gear, Kathleen O'Neal Gear
by Donald J. Sobol
by Amanda Ashley
by Kelley Armstrong
by Nicole Baart
by Thomas Bulfinch
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