089 The Diamond Ship Sails Again to a Snoozy Sleep

We pick up where we left off before, with our protagonist hunting for a network of jewel thieves, but it’s somehow still a little dry and sleep inducing

Ean Fabos takes over the telling of his story and details his plot to catch some dastardly thieves, but between me telling the story and the sometimes excessive and dry story I’m confident you’ll be asleep before something too interesting happens/

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088 – Woman’s Work in Music is a Guide to a Restful Night

The place of women in music in societies through history is pretty interesting, but won’t be fascinating enough to keep sleep away.

Detailed Show Notes: https://sleepytimetales.net/?p=1475

Learn about women’s places in music through ancient times and the medieval age. Their roles through unequal societies shifted and changed, but they were often the source of progress and expression. But none of this matter because the way I tell this story you’ll be catching zzz’s very quickly.

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087 – Get a Snooze as we Continue to Explore the Secret Garden

Mistress Mary quite contrary starts to explore her new home, finding some joy as well as tragedy.

Tonight fall asleep as Mary learns her way around her new home in England and how different her life will be. She finds the joy of a robin, but also the sadness of tragedy and why the lord of the house locked up his late wife’s favourite garden.

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086 – A return to the Russian Steppes with the Cossacks

We return to Tolstoy’s early work and learn about the culture of the Cossacks, which is pretty snooze inducing to be fair..

Detailed show notes: https://sleepytimetales.net/?p=1450

As the young nobleman of the previous episode on this topic continues travels we learn some interesting titbits of the origins of the Cossacks in Russian culture, and what they inherited from the Tartar neighbours. Along with the place and power of women in their society.

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085 – A Journey to Pellucidar is a Journey to Rest

Sleep will come as the protagonists travel to Morocco and another travels through the world inside the Earth.

Pellucidar is part of a series of books by Tarzan author Edgar Rice Burroughs. It’s a proto-scifi series about travelling in the hollow Earth, and it’s really not as interesting as it sounds the way I tell it.

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