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    Aesop’s Fables

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    Aesop’s fables were written around 300 BCE, and originated from Greece (“Aesop par. 6). Although most of the fables are about animals, they display the characteristics of humans. Fables are usually short and easy to comprehend, and all fables have their own morals, however; some fables have more than one. Aesop’s fables may seem childish and pointless, but they were written to point out the flaws and strengths of human beings. Most fables have a central problem that the main character must solve

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    Aesop's Fables

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    Introduction: Fables are great stories that teach lessons about life. There are many great fables that have been written, but for me I never really read any. The little bit I do know about fables are that they use personified animals as characters, and they use them to teach the readers valuable life lessons. Most of the fables that are made today are for children, and they are great for them because they are easy for kids to understand because of the fact that they use animals. But I know that

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    Aesop's Fables

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    Introduction: I chose to research the genre of fables, specifically Aesop’s fables. I only informed of the basics of fables. To be frank with you I don’t even think there is much to know about fables. What is there to know? They contain lessons, animals, and they are short. From time to time people use them in their quotidian day to back up their opinions. Especially authority figures like parents, teachers, and, well I can just think of those two. Personally I believe that “Don’t let things for

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    Aesop’s Fables

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    Aesop’s Fables Introduction: I already know a good amount about the Aesop’s fables before doing any real research. Almost everyone as a child was introduced to the stories such as “the boy who cried wolf” or “the tortoise and the hare”. As a child many adults would read these stories to me because they have a very strong moral. It can guide children to do the right thing when they are in doubts. I have a very personal experience with the tortoise and the hare because since I am a tennis player, my

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    Aesop's Fables

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    grew up reading fables. Such as, the Tortoise and the Hare, which taught me faster isn’t always better. I enjoyed fables the most because of the valuable lessons that were strung within them. Majority of the fables have life lessons that help you as a person throughout your life. Because fables are short, sweet and to the point, it makes it easier for younger children to grasp. Growing up listening and reading these stories taught me morals that I still live by to this day. Fables have helped me get

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    Aesop of Aesop's Fables

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    mostly for the hundreds of fables that have been attributed to his name since. Aesop’s fables have reached countless generations since he is reported to have been alive, and they continue to be a part of the lives of many. Not every fable, however, that has been linked to Aesop is his own original material. In actuality, there are many fables attributed to Aesop that, for a variety of reasons, couldn’t possibly be his own. In many ways the unclear authorship of the fables is at the fault of the storytelling

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    Aesop's Fables Analysis

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    Part1:Gains Vocabulary:This semester,I read the Aesop’s Fables,I learned many new words from those stories. Lots of useful verb and animals’ name,although there still are many words not used in nowadays. Sentence: There are many long ,beautiful and meaningful sentences,and I have learned how to write long sentences. It important for us to analyze and understand the sentence structure. Writing: Writing thoughts every week makes me keep the feeling of writing and improve my writing skills by imitating

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    The Moral of the Story

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    The Genre I choose was fables. Fables all started in remote locations and where told by word of mouth well before they were written in books. Fables have been passed down from generation to generation. So, most fables we know today have traces to generations past. Fables also give insight to past customs, old traditions, beliefs, customs and rites. Fables are generally short stories in prose or verse which tell the story of animals, people or things. Many fables take animals, mythical creatures,

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    This term, I have read many stories from the Aesop’s Fables. These stories are closely linked with our life. Each story contains principles and show the wisdom of Ancient Greek. In a word, this book not only nourish my mind but also make my college life substantial. I have gained a lot. Firstly,having grasped many new words is obvious gain, more advanced words can improve the level of the articles. Secondly, a variety of sentence patterns make me impressed. The author used long sentence frequently

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    Treat People with Absolute Sincerity Time goes by. It is a week past that when this essay is written down by me, and the main idea of it this time is treats people with absolute sincerity. Aesop’s Fables is a name of a book, which cover a story called the wolf in sheep’s clothing, and the theme of the essay comes from this story. The story is probably like this. Long, long ago. In order not to seek food so difficultly, a wolf intended to make his appearance unrecognizable. He skinned a sheep

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