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Tee-Pee Tales IV: Each to their Own… Stuart France

* One day Turtle made ready to go on the war-path. His comrades Live-Coals, Ashes, Bulrush, Grasshopper, Dragonfly and Pickerel determined to go with him. They set out together in good spirits but on the morning of their first camp … Continue reading

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Bent-Red-Sun-Day… Stuart France

*  … “Oh, that’s good!” “Even though I don’t have a clue to what you’re referring.” “Ah, well I expect that particular quotation may have more to do with spring than autumn anyway.” “Or it may simply have something to … Continue reading

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Bent-Black-Sun-Day… Stuart France

* “There is one thing that still troubles me,” said Wen who really seemed to have the ‘Rapunzel’ thing stuck in her craw. “Yaas,” said Don, in his most irritating drawl. “Shouldn’t the seasons be sisters?” “On what grounds?” “Well, … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don III… Stuart France

* ‘…Such a situation invites the approach of treating the various versions  as at least theoretically, the garbled remnants of an episodic whole. While such a method can never lead us to the definitive story but merely and at every … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don II … Stuart France

* …’Wen is still worried about the insanity of it all… but fairy stories only appear insane to us now because we have become so separated from truth… As children we accepted their subconscious logic intuitively. It both satisfied our … Continue reading

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Keys to the House of Don… Stuart France

* …”I do have my reputation as an I.M.O.M to consider.” “An I.M.O.M?” “An International Man of Mystery. And there, if you only knew it, is the first key.” “Which is?” Don reaches ‘blind’ behind his head and extracts from … Continue reading

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Reynard’s Return… Stuart France

* “Is that it?” says Wen, somewhat nonplussed. “More or less.” “Well, there should be more, surely?” “Oh, but there is more, much more, but we are here only concerned with giving a skeletal outline of what was once the … Continue reading

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