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... which creates clear and flowing prose. After telling their tales to several audiences, storytellers are also able to improve their editing skills based on the feedback that their audiences give them. Storytelling is a powerful method and concept to inspire and motivate better writing. The art of storytelling can expand the imagination, enhance communication skills, improve literary comprehension, and develop writing capacity. Storytelling evokes all of the emotions of human feeling through the fascinating tales of adventure, mystery, and horror. Storytelling enhances communication and writing abilities through repetition and motivation. Finally, storytelling is how society is able to relate and communicate with cultures from around the world. Storytelling is a fundamental device to pass on accounts of human action to future generations.
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