Similar to Greene, Zhang captures the essence of local culture and history of various cities and their roles in Chinese history thus promoting local cultures and imbuing innovation with traditional costumes and legendary stories
Hennessy also recounts some of the legendary stories
about the Americans who flew for France as members of the Lafayette Escadrille before the United States entered World War I.
Plot summaries, thematic discussion, and brief contextual analysis of fifty-nine legendary stories
compose Folktales of Old China.
Thus it would have been profitable to include a straightforward description of Timar's actual life and career, if only to have something against which to compare the legendary stories
So if the stories were extraordinary, legendary stories
then the audience would be intimidated.
Other legendary stories
even today highlight the community commitment unique to rural and small-town fire departments, some of which rely heavily on volunteers.
And legendary stories
of famous Poles, such as pianist and composer, Frederic Chopin or of Karol Wojtyla, also known as Pope John Paul II.
The multi-media environment will bring to life the complex, colorful and legendary stories
of the 47th state in the Union, stories that began long before the Pilgrims set sail on the Mayflower for American shores.
A gold vault in an old still mill called the Fundidora; Pancho Villa riding his horse into a lobby of an elegant hotel; and Carranza's troops losing a battle because the soldiers were drunk, are some of the scenes that add up to the legendary stories
of the Mexican Revolution.
TV Land Myths and Legends features appearances by celebrities -- many of whom had a direct connection to these legendary stories
TV Land Myths and Legends features original interviews, archival clips and appearances by celebrities -- many of whom had a direct connection to these legendary stories