Back in My Day: Old-timey Storyline Templates

We, as humans, tend to romanticize the past. We fill it with our greatest heroes and most formidable villains. The past is where dragons, pirates, and Old West cowboys take place. While many of the stories we tell about the past are true, some are severe exaggerations or even outright falsehoods. In all actuality, the past was probably quite similar to now, but scaled back as far as technology, health, and general quality-of-life are concerned.

But this shouldn’t dissuade us from exploring the past and learning more about the great stories and sometimes fantastical people and places that existed back then. Our romanticizing, though a distortion of the truth, is a wonderful vehicle for creativity and an excellent way to get people people interested in the study of genuine history and culture.

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