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Which brings me to the complicated relationship between the female storyteller and a male listener in one of my favourite fairy tales, One Thousand And One Nights aka The Arabian Nights. Only, she set in motion a cunning plan that would go on to save thousands of lives.

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Each night she would entrance him in a story and ensure the climax arrived right before dawn when she would stop. Mesmerised, Shahriyar would postpone her beheading so the story could continue. Imagine my dismay when I found out she was fictional, and then as I grew older, to my surprise, that men had in fact chosen a female storyteller to be the voice of some of the greatest fairy tales in the world, even as they held her creativity hostage to their power as if to say, she is the mouthpiece, but in him lies the power.

But women were the original storytellers. No, you say?