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In Aesop

What is a fable?

A fable is a short story that has a moral or lesson. It often  involves animals, plants, mythical creatures, etc. with human  qualities.    A fable can be a story abo (MORE)
In Aesop

What are fables?

  Fables are short stories that teach the reader lessons about life or give advice in how to live

Why is a fable considered a fable?

  A fable is a short, pithy animal tale, most often told or written with a moral tagged in the form of a proverb. Thus to convey a moral is the aim of most fables, and the (MORE)

What a fable is not?

The definition of a fable is talking animals. If it doesn't have that it is not a fable. a fable doesn't have to have talking animals it doesn't even need to have animals! (MORE)
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What do fables have in them?

Fables have short stories with moral messages that teach us a simple but important lesson in life. Popular fable writers include Aesop and some interesting fables from around (MORE)

What is a fable Give an example of a fable?

A fable is a story that has a meaning behind the story itself. Some examples are The Tortoise and the Hare, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, The Fox and the Grapes, The Mouse and the (MORE)