Bird Talk: A Tale of Medieval Magic

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Remove FREE. The most familiar involve the setting, character, plot, theme and conflict, and style. Most folktale settings remove the tale from the real world , taking us to a time and place where animals talk, witches and wizards roam, and magic spells are commonplace. The settings are usually unimportant and described and referred to in vague terms e. The characters in folk literature are usually flat , simple , and straightforward.

They are typically either completely good or entirely evil and easy to identify. They do not internalize their feelings and seldom are plagued by mental torment. Motivation in folktale characters tends to be singular ; that is, the characters are motivated by one overriding desire such as greed, love, fear, hatred, and jealousy. The characters are usually stereotypical , for example, wicked stepmothers, weak-willed fathers, jealous siblings, faithful friends.

Physical appearance often readily defines the characters, but disguises are common. The hero or heroine is often isolated and is usually cast out into the open world or is apparently without any human friends. Evil, on the other hand, seems overwhelming.