Creating a Family Storytelling Tradition: Awakening the Hidden Storyteller

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august house, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 138 pages
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Moore focuses on telling stories at home with the family. He guides the reader through a series of "voyages" -- journeys in the imagination -- that help assemble a storyteller's tool kit from inner (memory, imagination, and visualization) and outer (voice, gesture, and movement) tools. Moore emphasizes locating, selecting, and preparing story sources.
 

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Contents

PREFACE
7
Opening
19
Learning
33
Voyaging Through Time
99
Exploring Inner Space
117
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About the author (1991)

Robert Lowell Moore Jr., was born on October 31, 1925 in Boston, Massachusetts. He attended Middlesex School, Belmont Hill School and Harvard College. He published several novels using information gathered from travelling and his experiences as main ideas. In 1963 he joined the US Army Special Forces as a civilian with special permission from President John F. Kennedy, . He trained for almost a year and then went with the Special Forces to Vietnam. His experiences in Vietnam served as the background material for "The Green Berets" which was published in 1965. Other titles include "The French connection" and the Happy Hooker. Robin Moore died February 21, 2008.

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