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Every schoolchild knows Aesop’s Fables, whether or not they realize the cultural significance and can appreciate the enduring truth them. The point of each fable is to illustrate a lesson – usually about human nature or the human experience of everyday life - in a simple yet profound manner. Scholars believe that the Aesop to whom the fables are attributed may have been a slave in ancient Greece, but the iteration that we have today is more likely a collection whose content has been added to, edited and revised many times over the centuries – very like the oral folk tradition.
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