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Myths and Legends – Telling the stories of the past in …
Over a period of several hundred years the art of storytelling moved from the spoken to the written word as authors, historians, poets and playwrights began condensing a wide variety of, often contradictory, traditions into one definitive version of a particular myth or legend.
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Printers, on the other hand, would gather together the many different facets of particular myths and legends and piece them together into one narrative.
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Meanwhile, new legendary figures - such as Dick Turpin and Jack the Ripper - have entered the national consciousness and evolved in much the same way as their predecessors did - that is by absorbing other traditions and using spurious facts to form cohesive narrative and arrive at a definitive version.
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Then, in the 15th century, the advance of printing both revolutionised and, ultimately, stunted the growth of the stoytellers art and supply of myths and legends.
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Each new invader and settler - be they Roman, Saxon, Angle, Jute, Dane or Viking – would mix their own beliefs and traditions with those of previous cultures and create new Myths and Legends or else expand on older ones.