By Rukmini Bhaya Nair
During this elegantly written and theoretically subtle paintings, Rukmini Bhaya Nair asks why people the world over are such compulsive and creative storytellers. Extending present study in cognitive technology and narratology, she argues that we appear to have a genetic force to manufacture as a fashion of gaining the aggressive merits such fictions provide us. She means that tales are a way of fusing causal and logical factors of 'real' occasions with emotional acceptance, in order that the teachings taught to us as little ones, after which all through our lives through tales, lay the cornerstones of our most important ideals. Nair's end is that our tales fairly do make us up, simply up to we make up our tales.