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Favorite Folktales from Around the World Chapter Summary & Analysis - Telling Tales Summary

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Telling Tales Summary

The Man Who Had No Story is a story from Ireland. In this story a man named Brian O Braonachain goes to a place that everyone says is a fairy glen. When Brian gets there he is surrounded by a thick fog and sees a light far off. He follows the light and comes to a house where he is asked to tell a fairy tale by an elderly couple in the house. Brian says he does not know any fairy tales and they send him out to get some water from the well to earn his keep. When he goes to the well he is transported to a strange land where he must complete tasks. When he comes back to the elderly couple they tell him that he knows a fairy tale.

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