Stories have traditionally served as a means of projecting the society’s core values from generation to generation, but more importantly provided a mechanism for bonding. Indeed, many of us may recount childhood interactions with wondrous stories which have forever come to occupy a special place in our hearts. It was often with the utterance of those few magical words – ‘Once Upon a Time…’ – whereafter we would be transported to an extraordinary world where the limitless boundaries of fantasy would enrapture our imagination and hold us blissfully captive.
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