What is the point of view of the story the boy who cried wolf?
The boy was board so he cried wolf wolf to see everyone come he liked it but the other did not when there was a real wolf the other people did not belive it from the last times he cried wolf.
A parable is a short, simple story that teaches a lesson. The boy who cried wolf is an example of a parable because it teaches to not lie. When a person begins to lie it is very hard to believe anything they say even when they are telling the truth. Which is why the boy who cried wolf is a great example.
Think about this for a moment and you can figure it out. Everyone sees the world differently, so everyone has their own unique story to tell. If you change narrators, the story will be different. For a simple example, think about the fairy tale The Three Little Pigs - how would that be different if the wolf told the story?
refers to a tale about a sheperd who irresponsibly cried "Wolf!" falsely, too many times, just to attract the attention of the Town folks, trust was irrevocably lust, so when her worst nightmare came true and she was attacked by a real wolf..no matter how desperate she cried for help.. not even a butterfly would move to help her, because no one believed her anymore "She cried wolf one too many times!" :(