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The story of Clíodhna exists in several versions, which do not agree with each other except insofar as she seems to have been a Danaan maiden once living in Manannán mac Lir's country, the Land of Youth beyond the sea.
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Though no historical support exists for the flag story in the Fellin battle either, it is not difficult to understand how a small and unknown place is replaced with the much grander battle of Reval ( Tallinn ) from the Estonia campaign of King Valdemar II.
The explorer Ferdynand Ossendowski wrote a book in 1922 titled Beasts, Men and Gods in the book Ossendowski tells of a story which was imparted to him concerning a subterranean kingdom which exists inside the earth.
The compiler ( called Zilch ) which Infocom used to produce its story files, has never been released, although documentation of the language used ( called ZIL, for Zork Implementation Language ) still exists and an open-source replacement ( called ZILF ) has been written.
It is notable as the first appearance of Firestar in a Marvel Comics story, though the version of Firestar that exists within Marvel continuity would not appear until Uncanny X-Men # 193 ( May 1985 ).
The history of the Nights is extremely complex and modern scholars have made many attempts to untangle the story of how the collection as it currently exists came about.
He began writing the manuscript of the story the next day, although that earliest version no longer exists.
In the town of Dundee there exists a strange traditionary story of the plague, connected with the conversion, from dire necessity of the Arionaten, or black slug, to a use similar to that which the luxurious Romans are said to have made of the great apple-snail.
Scholar John Lindow proposes that a potentially understated mythological importance of Sif's role in the story of her sheared hair exists ; her headpiece is created along with the most important and powerful items in Norse mythology.
Both Homer and Hesiod and their listeners were aware of the details of this myth, but no surviving complete account exists: some papyrus fragments found at Oxyrhynchus are all that survive of Stesichorus ' telling ; the myth repertory called Bibliotheke (" The Library ") contains the gist of the tale, and before that was compiled the Roman poet Ovid told the story in some colorful detail in his Metamorphoses.
One story exists where Lynch, in spite of tremendous pressure from Seán Lemass and the entire Fianna Fáil party to stand for the leadership, only accepted the nomination after Máirín had agreed.
The narrator only exists within the world of the story ( and only there — although in non-fiction the narrator and the author can share the same persona, since the real world and the world of the story may be the same ) and present it in a way the audience can comprehend.
Author Lin Carter planned two stories based on The Pnakotic Manuscripts-" The Acolyte of the Flame " ( scheduled to appear in Crypt of Cthulhu ) and " The Dwellers in the Depths " ( this latter story exists only in a draft of the beginning ).
Skepticism exists about the truthfulness of the story, suggesting that the ship may have never actually existed, but has become something of a legend.
There exists little historical evidence of Dominguito aside from the stories and legends built around him ; it is difficult to ascertain how much, if any, his story is true.
An Old Norse version of the Song of Roland exists as Karlamagnús saga, and a translation into the artificial literary language of Franco-Venetian is also known ; such translations contributed to the awareness of the story in Italy.
Therefore, the details of story structures and contents reveal much about the social, cultural, and historical context in which the story-teller exists., Narrative inquiry is conducted with the understanding that stories that people tell are often at the surface of a more complex underlying story.
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It's the old story, war or no war, and more than one viewer may recall Hollywood's `` Titanic '', several seasons back, when the paramount concern was for the marital discord of a society dilettante.
* The story of Absalom is referred to several places in folk singer Adam Arcuragi's song " Always Almost Crying.
" The account noted a story of an Aboriginal woman being killed by a bunyip and the " most direct evidence of all " – that of a man named Mumbowran " who showed several deep wounds on his breast made by the claws of the animal ".
Boudica's story is the subject of several novels, including books by Rosemary Sutcliff, Roxanne Gregory, Pauline Gedge, Manda Scott, Alan Gold, Diana L. Paxson, David Wishart, George Shipway, Simon Scarrow and J. F. Broxholme ( a pseudonym of Duncan Kyle ).
She has also appeared in several comic book series, including the Sláine, which featured two runs, titled " Demon Killer " and " Queen of Witches " giving a free interpretation of Boudica's story.
However, traditional films have frequently had much of the same sort of the issues to deal with ; film shoots may last several months and as scenes are frequently shot out of story sequence, footage shot weeks apart may be edited together as part of the same day's action in the completed film.
In his short story " Crabs on the Island " ( 1958 ) Anatoli Dneprov speculated on the idea that since the replication process is never 100 % accurate, leading to slight differences in the descendants, over several generations of replication the machines would be subjected to evolution similar to that of living organisms.
* The Feast of Love ( 2000 ) ( Pantheon Books ), a reimagined Midsummer Night's Dream, a story told through the eyes of several different people.
The story ends on a cliffhanger with several questions left unanswered regarding the merging of the Honored Matres and Bene Gesserit, the fates of those on the escaped no-ship ( including the role of Scytale, the development of Idaho and Teg, and the role of the Jews ), the identity of the god-like characters in the book's final chapter and the ultimate mystery of what chased the Honored Matres back into the Old Empire.
Passages like one in Leviticus prohibiting " lying with mankind as with womankind " and like the story of Sodom and Gomorrah have been popularly interpreted as condemning homosexuality, as have several Pauline passages.
When asked which of his stories was a favorite in several interviews Barks cited the ten-pager in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories # 146 ( Nov. 1952 ) in which Donald tells the story of the chain of unfortunate events that took place when he owned a chicken farm in a town which subsequently was renamed Omelet.
The story of Hanukkah, along with its laws and customs, is entirely missing from the Mishna apart from several passing references ( Bikkurim 1: 6, Rosh HaShanah 1: 3, Taanit 2: 10, Megillah 3: 4 and 3: 6, Moed Katan 3: 9, and Bava Kama 6: 6 ).
The Moonstone contains a number of ideas that have established in the genre several classic features of the 20th century detective story:
When payment was not forthcoming for the first story he sold to Gernsback, Wollheim formed a group with several other authors, and successfully sued for payment.
In 1989, Jackie Chan adapted the story yet again for the Hong Kong action film Miracles, adding several of his trademark stunt sequences.
In several variations of the story, the dead Rodrigo and his knights win a thundering charge against Valencia's besiegers, resulting in a war-is-lost-but-battle-is-won catharsis for generations of Christian Spaniards to follow.
After several years of directing primarily lower-key live-action films, Hideaki Anno formed his own production studio and revisited his still-popular Evangelion franchise with the Rebuild of Evangelion tetralogy, a new series of films providing an alternate retelling of the original story.
Captain Beatty, Montag's fire chief, personally visits him and tells him the story of how books lost their value and where the firemen fit in: Over the course of several decades ( with the starting point being after the American Civil War ), populations grew and people embraced new media, sports, and a quickening pace of life.
Freyja is attested in the Poetic Edda, compiled in the 13th century from earlier traditional sources ; in the Prose Edda and Heimskringla, both written by Snorri Sturluson in the 13th century ; in several Sagas of Icelanders ; in the short story Sörla þáttr ; in the poetry of skalds ; and into the modern age in Scandinavian folklore, as well as the name for Friday in many Germanic languages.
Sams related the story to Gates, who had already agreed to provide a BASIC interpreter and several other programs for the PC.
Accounts vary on who first came up with the idea of the film, but Hawks and Saunders developed the story together and tried to sell it to several studios before First National agreed to produce the film.
The story is related in several digressions in the Iliad ( 7. 451-453, 20. 145-148, 21. 442-457 ) and is found in Apollodorus ' Bibliotheke ( 2. 5. 9 ).
The story of the Wounded King's mystical fasting is not unique ; several saints were said to have lived without food besides communion, for instance Saint Catherine of Genoa.
Geoffrey of Monmouth greatly expanded the story in his influential 12th-century pseudohistory Historia Regum Britanniae, which was adapted into several other languages.