Neverending Story, Michael Ende, Folklore, Cosplay, Stories, Lies, Truth, Forgotten, Reality, Imagination
An exploration of Michael Ende’s The Neverending Story through the lens of the academic discipline of Folklore. Where is the line between reality and imagination? Stories are true because they influence lives and people interact with them. Many stories believed to be true have origins that are lost to time and their truth is questionable at best. However, when an audience interacts with a story, the story begins to exist within the timeline of the audience members’ lives. The story becomes part of the truths that they live.
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Hartshorn, Rebekah, "Folklore, Stories, and Truth" (2016). All Student Publications. 159.
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