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Aesop's Fables

Aesop's Fables are the world's best-known collection of morality tales. About two thousand years ago, there lived a Greek named Aesop. He was a teacher of ancient Greece. Generally, he taught the common people by telling stories. He himself would invent stories. He criticized the worst people through fables. Fables are stories having moral lessons. In his fables, the birds and beasts spoke like human beings. The stories of fables develop through the conversation of animals. The aim of fables is to amuse and teach all. People like being entertained. They learn better when they enjoy themselves. It helps us to make wiser. All fables were speech oriented. The stories also provided an opportunity for a measure of self-reflection. For this, the elite class who exploited the people became angry with him. They pushed him down from the hill. But they became fully failures to erase his teaching from the heart of general people. So, it can be said that ideal thinking never dies.
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