Traditional Storytelling


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I was watching a documentary from the 70s, and this Italian-American family were talking about a time during their grandparents period when there was no TV or movies, and how important and regular an event like storytelling was.

On this Louis CK site, someone posted this video, and so I'll check out "The Moth" later, although after a quick scan, they didn't seem like stories I'd be interested in, but I'll dig later. But first I wanted to ask if you knew of a site with storytelling. It would be great to compare modern storytelling to the past.

I'll be sure to look for some when I wake up tomorrow after some searching. Anyway, this was a good story of CK going to Russia as the country was collapsing.

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