This week’s topic is suggested by the random quiz that appears in one of the questions: fairy tales. Most of us had parents or siblings who either read or told us stories growing up.
So I hope this set of questions won’t be too difficult for you to answer!
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1. Which childhood fairy tale or story was your favorite when you were little? That's a tough one. I'd have to say the Arabian nights tales were the best. I found "fairy tales" to be rather tepid and too happy an ending for me. I loved hearing Irish teaching tales about the Firbolg and the Dhoanie Shidhe - those are real fairy tales.
2. Who in your family told you the most fairy tales or stories? Come to think of it, my Pop-pop did. My mother read to me from books, but a lot of "old country" folklore came by oral tradition from my grandfather.
3. Were most of the those stories told from memory or read from a book? In my Pop-pop's case, memories. From my parents, books. Oral traditional always beats out books, though, I think.
4. What’s your favorite part of a fairy tale? The whole thing:beginning, middle an end.
5. What’s your least favorite part of a fairy tale? I guess the end, always the worst part of anything enjoyable.
6. Take the quiz: What Part of a Fairy Tale Are You?”
- Which of these fairy tales do you like the best?