Of the story between the Scottish and Irish versions and more local offshoots. Analysis will better understand the important shifts and unconscious processes by which narrators alter and preserve story-specific details. After tackling this simple story about the harp. The next step is to look at some of the more complex stories in Gale’s repertoire. This is the final (for now) step in these stories. From word of mouth to records to digital images to digital text to strings of code. Each interpretation of the story gives us a different insight, so we can better understand the narrator’s interpretation.
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