List Of Aesops Fables
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There are many known fables of Aesop. One of the most famous fables of Aesop was The hare and the tortoise, where in the race between the fast hare and slow tortoise, steady tortoise won the race.
This old fable of Aesop gives us the moral that slow and steady wins the race. This is one of the very famous story which is been told since decades to children.
The observance of great Aesop can be seen in his stories through its morals. One of the other popular fables is The crow and the pitcher which moral is very encouraging saying that a good use of our wits may help us out. The famous fable of The fox and the grapes can never get wash out from our hearts which moral gives us the different vision to see our own self.
Fables like The dog and his reflection, Two travelers and a bear, The gnat and the bull, The fox and the cat,
The one eyed doe, The fox and the crow, The wolf and the lamb, The farmer and the snake and many more were some of his stories. It’s noticeable that Aesop use animals to tell his stories and morals as animals can best show the emotions and feelings and is very attractive as the protagonists. There are other Aesop’s fables where he doesn’t use animals but human and objects namely, The man and his two sweethearts, The astronomer, The father and his two daughters, The two pots, The sick kite, The thief and his mother and many other.
There are numerous Aesop’s fable and every story is very interesting and with a moral in it. It depends on us what we learn from even one of Aesop’s fabulous fables and inculcates the morals in our life.
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