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  'In an age of reproduction, most people are familiar with the idea of ‘the completed story’. People buy stories. They buy books or watch a film. They all have fixed beginnings, middles and endings. But before the age of print, stories were very fluid. They largely existed in an environment of oral folklore where the story changed as often as the story was told and retold. With this piece, I will be exploring the openness of a legend and how it can be applied to stories within our new technologies'.

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