Folktales In Literature

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Folklores and folktales have been an integral part of every culture since ages. Most of the folktales are the basic ingredients of Children stories that we are going to consider for our study. The maximum numbers of children stories are compiled from our classical folklores and folktales. These stories are transmitted from one generation to the next over time. Stories are expanded and reshaped with each retelling, depending upon customs, cultures, time and places. They are found to be similar with respect to the moral lessons with different flavors produced by different cultures and languages. While narrating the stories, the narrators (authors) introduce great amount of randomness. As a consequence, the style of writings varies from language to language, culture to culture and also author to author. Writing style depends upon choice of words, grammar of the writing language, type of sentences and length of the sentences. Human are good at pattern recognition. They are able to recognize the different faces, voices, footsteps, sounds of animals and birds, hand writings etc. Pattern recognition is the task of collecting raw data and taking an action based on the “category” of the pattern which has been crucial for our survival, and over the past tens of millions of years we have evolved highly sophisticated neural and cognitive systems for such tasks. In this piece of work we are trying to recognize the pattern of children literature written by different authors. To
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