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Art of Story-Telling, with nearly half a hundred stories

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The "Art of Story-Telling" by Julia Darrow Cowles is a delightful collection of nearly fifty short stories that invite readers into a world of imagination and wonder. Each story is unique in its own right, presenting a wide range of themes and characters that will captivate readers of all ages.

Cowles' storytelling prowess shines through in her ability to craft engaging narratives that are both entertaining and thought-provoking. From whimsical tales of talking animals to heartfelt stories of love and loss, each story is expertly written and leaves a lasting impact on the reader.

One of the standout aspects of this collection is Cowles' ability to evoke powerful emotions through her writing. Whether it's laughter, tears, or a sense of nostalgia, each story is sure to strike a chord with readers and leave them pondering long after they've finished reading.

Overall, "Art of Story-Telling" is a charming and captivating collection that showcases Cowles' talent as a storyteller. With its diverse range of stories and engaging writing style, this book is sure to entertain and inspire readers of all ages.

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In preparing this book the author has sought to awaken a keener perception and a higher appreciation of the artistic and ethical value of story-telling; to simplify some of its problems; to emphasize the true delight which the story-teller may share with her hearers; and to present fresh material which answers to the test of being good in substance as well as in literary form. - Summary by From the preface

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