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35070
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The author theorizes that the origins of hard-luck stories came from Disciplina Clericalis in the twelfth century. The far reaching tales from this book made its way to more well-known authors, such as Shakespeare and Chaucer. A translated excerpt from the book is included.
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35165
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The author explores the origins of the popular story, “the Wolf, the Fox, and the Well,” along with its many variants.
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35255
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King Alfonso X of Spain made many contributions to his kingdom, including law, astrology, science, medicine, and music in the 13th century. He also contributed to folkloric studies, which was evident in his literary work the Canticles of Holy Mary, which acted as a collection of folk miracles.
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