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Why are fables important?

Fables are important because they teach valuable lessons about life, explained in a humorous yet interesting way. Fables are important because they teach people specifically c (MORE)

What are the examples of fables?

Examples of fables are poems that do not have a rhyme scheme, but they often rhyme. Some examples of fables would be: The boy who cried wolf, the tortous and the hare. They po (MORE)

Who is 'The Father of Fables'?

  Aesop is considered by many to be the father of fables. He was a Greek slave from the 6th Century BC who was known during his lifetime as a wonderful story teller. Most (MORE)
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What are fables?

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

What does a fable teach?

A fable teaches a moral through the little story told via mythical creatures, animals, forces of nature etc. The reader is then meant to use the moral of the story to reflect (MORE)
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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)
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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)