Sketchnotes: Maria Tatar on Fairy Tales and the Going Back to the Fireside

Sunday, March 17, 2013 - 6:37 am

Sketchnotes: Maria Tatar on Fairy Tales and the Going Back to the Fireside

Fairy tales take us back to the fireside, says Maria Tatar. These stories serve as a platform for facing our demons in a safe place and developing a moral compass, both individually and collectively. These are a few of the highlights captured in this week’s sketchnotes on “The Great Cauldron of Story.”
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