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The Carnival of Man
     

The Carnival of Man

by John F. Jansen in de Wal
 

The Carnival of Man is an eclectic mix of short and shorter stories, both fiction and fantasy, that will rivet the reader onto a roller coaster of emotions; from serious to silly and from joy to sadness. The stories are a unique blend of retold and remodeled folk tales, legends, and myths, together with original works, borne out of the writer’s life

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The Carnival of Man is an eclectic mix of short and shorter stories, both fiction and fantasy, that will rivet the reader onto a roller coaster of emotions; from serious to silly and from joy to sadness. The stories are a unique blend of retold and remodeled folk tales, legends, and myths, together with original works, borne out of the writer’s life experiences. John hopes that his peculiar sense of humor and ability to see beyond the obvious will help its readers to discover the sour-sweet joy in their life's carnival and relish it. John always wanted to know how and why authors wrote what they wrote. He found answers to such questions only in what teachers and professors taught. Therefore, in the never-before-heard-of “Where the Stories Come From,” he gives his readers brief insights into the creative germ of each story.

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ISBN-13:
9781591299653
Publisher:
Publish America
Publication date:
01/28/2002
Pages:
115
Product dimensions:
5.66(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.33(d)

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