Bibliography

Enzyklopädie des Märchens || Vorstellung in Englisch. 2010. [ONLINE] Available at: http://wwwuser.gwdg.de/~enzmaer/vorstellung-engl.html. [Accessed 06 November 2010].

overview of “Die Enzyklopädie des Märchens” (English)

Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.. 2010. Encyclopedia Mythica: mythology, folklore, and religion.. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.pantheon.org/. [Accessed 11 November 2010].

An award-winning internet encyclopedia of mythology, folklore, and religion, showcasing examples from Greek, Roman, Norse, Celtic and Native American Mythology.  The site also splits the stories into geographical regions containing 7000+ articles and images.

Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. 2010. Famous Quotes at BrainyQuote. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.brainyquote.com/. [Accessed 11 November 2010].

A useful resource for finding interesting quotes.

Flavius Philostratus: The Life of Apollonius of Tyana. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.livius.org/ap-ark/apollonius/life/va_5_11.html. [Accessed 07 November 2010].

Fox: Lie to Me Forum, Dr Paul Ekman Blog[ONLINE] Available at: http://community.fox.com/drpaulekman/blog/2010/10/04/%E2%80%9Cin_the_red%E2%80%9D_-_note_from_dr._ekman. [Accessed 04 November 2010].

Blog by Facial expression expert Dr Paul Ekman – who is also scientific consultant for Fox’s TV series based around his work, Lie to Me

An extract from “The Life of Apollonius” by Greek philosipher Flavius Philostratus, recording Apollonius of Tyana’ views on Aesop

Hercules, Greek Hero – FactMonster [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.factmonster.com/ce6/ent/A0823459.html. [Accessed 11 November 2010].

A short account on the myth of Hercules.

The Joker’s Changing Comic Book Origins: The Backstory of Batman’s Arch-Enemy Has Often Been Re-invented. 2010. The Joker’s Changing Comic Book Origins: The Backstory of Batman’s Arch-Enemy Has Often Been Re-invented. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.suite101.com/content/the-jokers-changing-comic-book-origins-a114280. [Accessed 06 November 2010].

An article written by Luke Arnott about the ever evolving, back-story of the famous Batman villain, The Joker, and how his origins have been changed over time to suit the story teller’s needs.

“Luke Arnott has a Master’s Degree in Comparative Literature from the University of Western Ontario, where he is currently enrolled in the Media Studies PhD program.”

Jonathan Roper

Thoms and the Unachieved “Folk-Lore of England” p. 118: 2, 203 — 216 2007

Legends. 2010. Legends. [ONLINE] Available at: http://bestoflegends.org/. [Accessed 04 November 2010].

Site dedicated to the best of legends, created by graphic designer and essayist Paula Katherine Marmor, detailing information about the history of popular legends and genres.

Myths, Legends, Fables & Folklore – Animals Myths & Legends – Planet Ozkids – Explore Legends, Myths and Cultures. 2010. Myths, Legends, Fables & Folklore – Animals Myths & Legends – Planet Ozkids – Explore Legends, Myths and Cultures. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.planetozkids.com/oban/legends.htm. [Accessed 06 November 2010].

An interactive library of Myths and fables for kids, designed to encourage the telling of classic stories via an online medium.

Narrati – The Development of Narrative. 2010. Narrati – The Development of Narrative. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.narrati.com/Narrative/Development_of_Narrative.htm. [Accessed 22 October 2010].

A useful website detailing some of the core principles of narrative, including its evolution from Folklore to Urban Legend, Barthes Codes and forms of narrative structure

New York Folklore Society

What is Folklore?. 2010. What is Folklore?. [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.nyfolklore.org/resource/what.html. [Accessed 02 November 2010].

The New York Folklore Society website, with useful quotes from academics.  “The New York Folklore Society fosters the study, promotion, and continuation of folklore and folklife of New York’s diverse cultures through education, advocacy, support, and outreach.”

Roland Barthes

The Death of the Author 1967, translated by Richard Howard

Slmon J. Bronner: Blbliography of Folk Art p. 101 – 102

https://scholarworks.iu.edu/dspace/bitstream/handle/2022/1698/12%281%29101-102.pdf;jsessionid=B3AEE7A315C006A62ED7D1BA4AF73983?sequence=1

An article referencing initial creator of “Die Enzyklopädie des Märchens” Kurt Ranke and a critical review of

Ten rules for writing fiction | Books | guardian.co.uk . 2010. Ten rules for writing fiction | Books | guardian.co.uk . [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/feb/20/ten-rules-for-writing-fiction-part-one. [Accessed 23 November 2010].

On line article for The Guardian, published on 20th Feb 2010, about the top 10 rules for writing fiction from various authors.

Further Reading & Watching

F Penz

Architectures of Illusion: From Motion Pictures to Navigable Interactive Environments Jan 03

Jan Simonsa

Complex narratives a Media en cultuur, University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Matti Hyvärinen

Towards a Conceptual History of Narrative 2006
University of Tampere

Diane Carr, David Buckingham, Andrew Burn, and Gareth Schott
Computer Games: Text, Narrative and Play
Polity Press 2006

LonlyGirl15

Web-based drama series on YouTube, running from Jun 06 – Aug 08 and tells the ongoing story of a group of young adults fighting against a mysterious secret society called, The Order.

Swoozie06 Adande Thorn

Vlog series telling amusing stories of day to day events and scenarios, usually revolving around his work as a Disneyland employee, relationships and gaming.

Feb 06 – present

Professor Brian Sturm

storytelling as a way of organizing information, conveying emotions, and building community. A model of storytelling as altered state of consciousness (the story trance) is presented that inlcudes 16 portals to altered states.

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