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# Clue
1. Forsyte, for one
2. Forsyte story
3. Story of the Forsytes
4. Grandiose story
5. Series of legends
6. Tale of heroism
7. "Heimskringla," e.g.
8. "The Forsyte ___"
9. Norse prose narrative
10. Narrative, Galsworthy style
11. Detailed recital of events
12. Roman-fleuve
13. Long, detailed account
14. "Volsunga ___"
15. "Volsunga" or "Forsyte"
16. Epic story
17. Tale of the Forsytes
18. Galsworthy work
19. Galsworthy wrote one
20. "Centennial," e.g.
21. "Roots" or "Hawaii"
22. Norse tale
23. Eventful story
24. History in verse
25. Story of heroism
26. Lagerlöf's "Gösta Berlings ___"
27. Heroic prose tale
28. Very long story
29. City NE of Nagasaki
30. Forsyte tale, e.g.
31. Tale of the Volsungs
32. Epic's cousin
33. "Lonesome Dove'' genre
34. "The Forsyte _____"
35. "Volsunga _____"
36. Tale of derring-do, e.g.
37. Michener's "Hawaii," e.g.
38. An old story
39. "Beowulf," e.g.
40. "Roots," e.g.
41. Thousand-plus-pager
42. "Little House on the Prairie," e.g.
43. Tale of Vikings, perhaps
44. "Roots," for one
45. Story that goes on and on
46. Big job for a teller
47. M. M. Kaye's "The Far Pavilions," e.g.
48. The "Star Wars" trilogy, for one
49. Account receivable?
50. It takes quite a while to tell
51. "Star Wars," e.g.
52. "Twilight," e.g.
53. "The Lord of the Rings," e.g.
54. "Game of Thrones," e.g.
55. Story with many chapters
56. Story spanning generations
57. Grand heroic tale
58. Long-running Vaughan/Staples comic book series
59. Story of epic proportions
60. Tale spanning centuries, perhaps
61. Whale of a tale
62. Sweeping yarn
63. Nordic adventure
64. Involved account
65. Long, involved tale
66. Miniseries, frequently
67. Miniseries, perhaps
68. Multigenerational story, e.g.
69. Many a historical novel
70. Extensive account
71. Heroic account
72. Lengthy chronicle
73. Multigenerational account
74. "Lonesome Dove" genre
75. A LONG DETAILED STORY (COLL)
76. RAMBLING TALE FROM REYKJAVIK
77. Multipart story
78. Lengthy tale
79. Novel of epic proportions
80. The Forsyte novels, e.g.
81. The Forsyte __
82. Galsworthy opus
83. The Forsyth's story
84. '50s men's adventure mag
85. The Forsyte ___
86. Involved tale
87. Extensive tale
88. Galsworthy's "The Forsyte ___"
89. Big ordeal
90. More than just a story
91. Really long story
92. Tale spanning centuries
93. It's no anecdote
94. It's no novella
95. Michener work, e.g.
96. Rather a long story
97. The Hunger Games, e.g.
98. The "Divergent" series, e.g.
99. The "Twilight" series, e.g.
100. Generation-spanning work
101. Tale of Iceland
102. Tale that goes on and on
103. It may span decades
104. Drawn-out story
105. Galsworthy's "The Forsyte __"
106. Something to keep a teller busy?
107. It can span centuries
108. The Star Wars films, e.g.
109. Beowulf or "Star Wars"
110. The Thorn Birds, e.g.
111. Story spanning decades
112. Historical novel, usually
113. The Lord of the Rings, for one
114. Long yarn
115. The "Star Wars" films, e.g.
116. Complicated account
117. Considerable account
118. Drawn-out account
119. Long-drawn-out account
120. Game of Thrones, for one
121. It often spans decades
122. Extended account
123. Extended tale
124. Old-time tale
125. Wouk genre
126. Narrative legend
127. Grand adventure
128. Multi-generational novel
129. Lengthy story
130. Roots, for example
131. Extended story
132. It's a long story
133. It's hard to tell
134. Long story
135. Seasoning for turkey dressing
136. More like a swami
137. Full House actor Bob
138. Raising Dad sitcom star
139. It's worth listening to
140. *It rolls across the Plains
141. Some family histories
142. Brush makeup
143. Brush material?
144. Solomons
145. Herb used in sausages
146. Best to follow, as advice
147. Bob of "How I Met Your Mother"
148. Wise soul
149. Avocado relative
150. White-bearded types
151. Surrendered to gravity
152. ___ Hill, historic home of Theodore Roosevelt
153. Astronomer who wrote "Pale Blue Dot"
154. Some trilogies
155. Alternative to an Oscar
156. Rishi, in Hinduism
157. In a Yoda-like manner
158. Like a well-used mattress
159. Western grouse
160. Bob who narrated "How I Met Your Mother"
161. He said "If you wish to make an apple pie from scratch, you must first invent the universe"
162. Stories with many chapters
163. Seasoning in stuffing
164. Solomonic sort
165. Protest activity for farm subsidy opponents?
166. Subway cut
167. Southwestern sticker
168. Bob of 21 Across
169. Rival of Bloomies
170. 'Wheel of Fortune' host Pat
171. Holy French woman
172. Proclaims, biblically
173. Broadway's 'Miss --'
174. Pious person
175. Pepa's partner
176. What Jimmy Buffett does on off time
177. Improves fries, perhaps
178. 44 It goes with "pfeffer"
179. World's largest city, by some reckonings
180. Antipasto
181. TV's "Cosmos" creator
182. Continuing stories
183. Wise shrub?
184. Sometimes tedious tale
185. Dragons of Eden author
186. Star man
187. Wondrous tales of yore
188. Spice-rack member
189. Thyme's rack partner
190. One venerated for wisdom
191. Wise, as advice
192. _____ Hill (Theodore Roosevelt's home)
193. Palindromic tales
194. They are long stories
195. Cooking herb or shade of green
196. The Twilight ___ (vampire film series)
197. Long and involved tale
198. Harry Potter or "Game of Thrones," e.g.
199. Continuing drama
200. James Michener novel, for example
201. The Epic of Gilgamesh,آ‌ e.g.
202. It's epic
203. Historic tale
204. It may be some yarn
205. Lengthy account
206. Tale of heroic exploits
207. Long narrative novel
208. Drawn-out tale
209. Complicated tale
210. It's a major account
211. Series of novels, maybe
212. The North and South Trilogy is one
213. Epic narrative
214. It's a major report
215. Sprawling story
216. Complex chronicle
217. Wordy account
218. Tale
219. Forsyte's account
220. Epic account
221. Word in a Galsworthy title
222. Epic tale
223. Galsworthy output
224. The Forsytes had one
225. Ambitious prose work
226. Heimskringla, e.g.
227. Volsunga ___
228. Volsunga or "Forsyte"
229. Centennial, e.g.
230. Roots or "Hawaii"
231. Heroic narrative
232. Lagerlأ¶f's "Gأ¶sta Berlings ___"
233. Grandiose tale
234. Norse narrative
235. Lonesome Dove genre
236. The Forsyte _____
237. Volsunga _____
238. Hero's tale
239. Michener genre
240. YYYY
241. Long, drawn-out story
242. Many a Michener novel
243. Married...With Children co-star
244. Heimskringla stories
245. Solomonlike
246. Broca's Brain author
247. Long tale
248. Novel form
249. Quite a tale
250. Twilight, e.g.
251. Tale of adventure
252. Major account
253. No short story
254. Long, long story
255. Overdrawn account?
256. Sizable story
257. Story of generations
258. Beowulf or "Iliad"
259. The Matrix movies, e.g.
260. Serial material
261. Epic story of heroism
262. Sprawling narrative
263. Quite a story
264. Big story
265. Continuing story
266. Story like “Roots”
267. Legendary epic
268. Heroic tale
269. ___ Club (Icelandair mileage program)
270. Adventure
271. Sweeping story
272. Multigenerational story
273. Detailed account
274. Storyteller's challenge
275. Family history, e.g.
276. Heroic legend
277. Era-spanning story
278. It takes a while to tell
279. Chronicle
280. Michener tale, e.g.
281. Endless adventure
282. It's related to others
283. Not a short story
284. Homeric (4)
285. City between Kharkov and Orel (5)
286. Tree (3)
287. Extensive story
288. Among Icelanders, a gallant story
289. Epiclike tale
290. Icelandic legend
291. Drop a series of novels involving a family's history
292. Epic prose narrative
293. The legend of Njal
294. Heroic tale from South Africa about a guerrilla leader
295. Narrative of heroic deeds
296. The Forsyte story
297. A long narrative
298. Goddess who drank with Odin
299. A long tale
300. The Volsunga is one
301. Long story about a gas
302. "A Song of Ice and Fire " e.g.
303. "Beowulf" or "Iliad"
304. "Beowulf" or "Iliad " e.g.
305. "Beowulf" or "Roots"
306. "Beowulf" or "Star Wars"
307. "Beowulf " e.g.
308. "Beowulf " for one
309. "Centennial " e.g.
310. "Game of Thrones " e.g.
311. "Gladiator" or "300"
312. "Harry Potter" or "Game of Thrones " e.g.
313. "Heimskringla " e.g.
314. "Iliad" or "Odyssey"
315. "Iliad " e.g.
316. "Little House on the Prairie " e.g.
317. "Odyssey " for one
318. "One Hundred Years of Solitude " e.g.
319. "Platoon" e.g.
320. "Roots" for example
321. "Roots" for one
322. "Roots " e.g.
323. "Roots " for example
324. "Roots " for one
325. "Roots " notably
326. "Star Wars" or "Rocky"
327. "Star Wars " e.g.
328. "The Aenied " for one
329. "The Forsyte ___" (Galsworthy)
330. "The Forsyte ___" (Galsworthy) (4)
331. "The Forsyte ___."
332. "The Grapes of Wrath" is one
333. "The Hunger Games " e.g.
334. "The Lord of the Rings " e.g.
335. "The Lord of the Rings " for one
336. "The Matrix" movies e.g.
337. "The North and South Trilogy" is one
338. "The Thorn Birds " e.g.
339. "The Thorn Birds " for one
340. "The twilight ___"
341. "The Twilight ___" (vampire film series)
342. "The ___ Continues..." (P. Diddy album)
343. "Twilight " e.g.
344. "Twilight " for one
345. "War and Peace " e.g.
346. "Worlds Apart" rockers
347. '80s "On the Loose" rockers
348. '80s prog rockers
349. 'Roots ' for example
350. 'The Epic of Gilgamesh ' e.g.
351. 'The Godfather' e.g.
352. A gas on the rise
353. A long story
354. A long tale such as "Beowulf"
355. Account
356. Account for those with time to invest
357. Account spanning centuries perhaps
358. Account that might generate interest over years
359. Account that's way overdrawn?
360. Adventure story
361. Adventure tale
362. Adventure tale.
363. Adventure-filled story
364. Adventurous story
365. Adventurous tale
366. Adventurous heroic story
367. Aptly-named space opera comic book series
368. Beowulf e.g.
369. Beowulf e.g.
370. Beowulf for one
371. Big account
372. Big chronicle
373. Big job for a storyteller
374. Big job for a teller?
375. Big-scale tale
376. Book with family trees on the endpapers say
377. Candy Crush ___ (addictive smartphone app)
378. Candy Crush ___ (addictive smartphone game)
379. Candy Crush ___ (puzzle app)
380. Complex story
381. D. H. Lawrence's "The Rainbow " e.g.
382. Detailed narrative
383. Doorstop novel often
384. Drawn-out drama
385. Drawn-out episode
386. Elaborate tale
387. EPIC
388. Epic chronicle
389. Epic legend
390. Epic tale of adventure
391. Era-spanning tale
392. Extended narrative
393. Extended relation
394. Extensive heroic story
395. Family history e.g.
396. Fantasy series maybe
397. Film franchise usually
398. Forsyte or Icelandic e.g.
399. Forsyte tale e.g.
400. Forsyte for one
401. Forsyte for one.
402. Galsworthy genre
403. Generation-spanning story
404. Generations-spanning tale
405. Grand story
406. Group of linked novels e.g.
407. Hefty tale
408. Heroic adventure story
409. Heroic chronicle
410. Heroic epic
411. Heroic history
412. Heroic narrative.
413. Heroic prose narrative
414. Heroic story
415. Heroic tale.
416. Heroic work.
417. Heroic yarn
418. Historical narrative
419. Historical novel
420. Historical novel perhaps
421. Historical novel usually
422. Homeric account
423. Homeric tale
424. Iceland epic
425. Icelandic epic
426. Icelandic narrative
427. Icelandic narrative.
428. Icelandic tale
429. Iliad.
430. Involved story
431. It can be myth-understood?
432. It covers a long stretch
433. It doesn't seem to end
434. It goes on and on
435. It might span eras
436. It's a long story?
437. It's a longgg story
438. It's drawn out
439. It's no short story
440. It's quite a story
441. Its a long story
442. James Michener novel for example
443. John Galsworthy wrote one
444. Kind of novel
445. Lagerlof's "Gost Berlings "
446. Legend
447. Legendary tale
448. Lengthy narrative
449. Lengthy relation
450. Lo-o-ong story
451. Long account
452. Long adventure story
453. Long and complicated story
454. Long and winding road so to speak
455. Long episode
456. Long historical novel
457. Long involved story
458. Long narrative
459. Long story of adventure.
460. Long story.
461. Long tale of adventure
462. Long tale of derring-do e.g.
463. Long tale.
464. Long transmission of folklore say
465. Long adventurous story
466. Long detailed account
467. Long detailed story
468. Long dramatic tale
469. Long drawn-out story
470. Long drawn-out tale
471. Long heroic narrative
472. Long heroic story
473. Long involved story
474. Long involved tale
475. Long lively account
476. Long long story
477. Long sweeping story
478. Long-running show?
479. Long-winded story
480. M. M. Kaye's "The Far Pavilions " e.g.
481. Majestic story
482. Many a Viking tale
483. Many a miniseries
484. Many-part story
485. Medieval narrative.
486. Medieval tale maybe
487. Michener story e.g.
488. Michener tale e.g.
489. Michener work e.g.
490. Michener's "Hawaii " e.g.
491. Miniseries frequently
492. Miniseries maybe
493. Miniseries often
494. Miniseries perhaps
495. Multi-generational story
496. Multigenerational story e.g.
497. Multigenerational tale
498. Multigenerational tale e.g.
499. Multipart account
500. Myth
501. Narrative
502. Narrative of heroic doings.
503. Narrative of heroic exploits
504. Narrative of heroism
505. Narrative Galsworthy style
506. Narrative.
507. Neverending story seemingly
508. No mere anecdote
509. Nordic tale
510. Norse legend.
511. Norse literature
512. Norse story.
513. Norse tale.
514. Novel format
515. Novel in which the generations of a family are chronicled in a long narrative
516. Novella's opposite
517. Old story
518. Old writing.
519. One type of epic writing.
520. Poetic narrative.
521. Potential serial material
522. Prodigious account
523. Prose narrative
524. Relative of an epic.
525. Roots for one
526. Scandinavian myth
527. Seemingly endless adventure
528. Series of novels maybe
529. Siegfried and Sigmund's story e.g.
530. Star Wars e.g.
531. Story from Reykjavik e.g.
532. Story of heroic deeds.
533. Story of the Corleones e.g.
534. Story of the Forsytes.
535. Story spanning centuries
536. Story spanning millennia
537. Story that may span generations
538. Story that takes a long time to tell
539. Story that's a gas
540. Story with lots of sequels maybe
541. Story with many parts
542. Story with so many characters that it's hard to keep track of
543. Story.
544. Super long story
545. Sweeping tale
546. TV host who inspired Neil deGrasse Tyson
547. TV miniseries often
548. Tale of Vikings e.g.
549. Tale of Vikings perhaps
550. Tale of adventure.
551. Tale of derring-do
552. Tale of derring-do e.g.
553. Tale of grand proportions
554. Tale of the Forsytes.
555. Tale of titans
556. Tale on a grand scale
557. Tale on an epic scale
558. Tale spanning decades
559. Tale spanning generations
560. Tale that may span centuries
561. Tale with many twists and turns
562. Tale with scale
563. Tale written in runes perhaps
564. Tale.
565. Tangled tale
566. Ten-parter perhaps
567. The "Divergent" series e.g.
568. The "Iliad" or The "Odyssey"
569. The "Odyssey " for one
570. The "Star Wars" films e.g.
571. The "Star Wars" movies e.g.
572. The "Star Wars" trilogy for one
573. The "Twilight" series e.g.
574. The Dollars Trilogy for one
575. The Forsyte novels e.g.
576. The Forsyte story.
577. The Star Wars films e.g.
578. Thousand-plus pager e.g.
579. Thousand-plus-pager perhaps
580. Three-hour movie maybe
581. Topic for a miniseries
582. Traditional story.
583. Trilogy often
584. Trilogy typically
585. Type of novel.
586. Viking epic
587. Viking story
588. Weird Al's "The ___ Begins"
589. Wilt Chamberlain's third legendary account (4)
590. Winged Greek god
591. Word from the Old Norse for "tale"
592. Word from the Old Norse for "thing said"
593. Word in the subtitle of Alex Haley's "Roots"
594. Word that becomes a palindrome when pluralized
595. Yarn that stretches?
596. Tale of Volsung, Sigmund, etc
597. Norse goddess
598. Tale of mighty deeds
599. Game of Thrones, e.g.
600. Roots, e.g.
601. Roots, notably
602. Beowulf, e.g.
603. Trilogy, often
604. Little House on the Prairie, e.g.
605. The Forsyte ___ (Galsworthy)
606. Long, involved story
607. The Thorn Birds, for one
608. Michener story, e.g.
609. Multigenerational tale, e.g.
610. Thousand-plus-pager, perhaps
611. Long, dramatic tale
612. Long, sweeping story
613. Adventurous, heroic story
614. Tale of Vikings, e.g.
615. Extensive, heroic story
616. Group of linked novels, e.g.
617. Star Wars or "Rocky"
618. The Lord of the Rings, e.g.
619. Account spanning centuries, perhaps
620. American astronomer
621. The Forsyte ____
622. Algonquian war chief
623. The Forsyte ____
624. Actress Katie
625. Bonjour Tristesse writer
626. Epic tales
627. Contact author
628. Prose narratives
629. Contact author Carl
630. Astronomer Carl
631. Story from Reykjavik, e.g.
632. Tome-filling tales
633. Drawn-out accounts
634. Historical novels
635. Herb in stuffing
636. Thousand-plus pager, e.g.
637. Algonquian chief
638. Cosmos astronomer Carl
639. Dramatic, detailed tales
640. Long, detailed story
641. Carl of "Cosmos"
642. Adventure stories
643. In a shrewd manner
644. War and Peace, e.g.
645. Long tale of derring-do, e.g.
646. Cosmos author
647. Cosmos author Carl
648. Story of the Corleones, e.g.
649. Katey of "Sons of Anarchy"
650. Roots, for one
651. Like the best advice
652. Herbal drink
653. Herbal brew
654. Wise ones
655. More judicious
656. Solomonic
657. Wise
658. Brush material
659. Wise one
660. Bob of "Full House"
661. Kind of palm
662. Wise man
663. Drooping
664. Profoundly wise
665. Shade of green
666. Heroic tales
667. Saltimbocca ingredient
668. Bacteriologist Jonas
669. Philosopher
670. Where to find a fennec
671. Wise guy?
672. Old salt
673. 'You -- mouthful!'
674. 'My Gal --' (1942 film)
675. Latin dance
676. Houston of Texas
677. Kansas senator Brownback
678. Refuse
679. Benefits
680. Late astronomer Carl
681. Mahatma
682. Wisdom
683. Stuffing herb
684. Wise guy
685. Wiser
686. Long stories
687. Astute
688. Literary genre
689. Story
690. Katey of "Married...With Children"
691. Guru
692. One sought for advice
693. Adventures
694. Cosmos host
695. ___ Hill (Oyster Bay, N.Y., landmark)
696. Beowulf and others
697. Cook's seasoning
698. Heroic narratives
699. Historical novel, perhaps
700. Teddy Roosevelt's home
701. Cosmos host Carl
702. Trilogy, typically
703. Billions and Billions author Carl
704. Miniseries, often
705. Star of stars?
706. Shrewdest.
707. Wise counselors.
708. Garden plant with scarlet flowers.
709. Meat flavoring.
710. Goddess who drank with Odin.
711. Narrative of heroic deeds.
712. Norse narrative.
713. The Volsunga is one.
714. Norse bard.
715. Galsworthy wrote one.
716. Wisdom plus sound judgment.
717. Norse goddess.
718. Old seafarer's tale.
719. Tale of Volsung, Sigmund, etc.
720. Tale of mighty deeds.
721. Jefferson, ___ of Monticello.
722. T. R. shrine at Oyster Bay.
723. Good judgment.
724. Long narrative.
725. Sachem's aide.
726. Indian chief.
727. Tale of heroism.
728. Indian tribal chief.
729. The Forsyte ___.
730. ___ Hill, T. R. shrine at Oyster Bay.
731. Long tales.
732. French novelist.
733. Author Franأ§oise.
734. Sound judgment.
735. Long stories of adventure.
736. Algonquian chief.
737. Certain tales.
738. Star Wars, for one
739. Story like "Roots"
740. It’s a long story
741. Long story of adventure
742. One type of epic writing
743. Narrative of heroic doings
744. Poetic narrative
745. Medieval narrative
746. Norse story
747. Traditional story
748. Norse legend
749. Story of heroic deeds
750. Relative of an epic
751. Type of novel
752. Multiseason show’s storyline, perhaps
753. Give a long involved story
754. Droop when encountering a lengthy account