Sentences and phrases with the word fables

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The hare is a character in some fables, such as The Tortoise and the Hare of Aesop.

The stories are fables, using animals in an anthropomorphic manner to give moral lessons.

This last set off a small craze for writing new fables, and particularly political fables.

Deer have been an integral part of fables and other literary works since the inception of writing.

Aleksander Fredro, whose fables, prose, and especially plays belong to the canon of Polish literature.

It used various animal fables and magical tales to illustrate the central Indian principles of political science.

Notwithstanding, by reason of these and such like fables, this Hole is reckoned for one of the wonders of England.

While myths are not the same as fables, legends, folktales, fairy tales, anecdotes, or fiction, the concepts may overlap.

Generations of French pupils had to learn his fables, that were seen as helping teaching wisdom and common sense to the young people.

According to Ackroyd, other than these, perhaps the most important literary influence on him was derived from the fables of The Arabian Nights.

This collection of material inspired subsequent researchers and academics to gather traditional tales, fables and legends from all over the Archipelago.

As to fables, one of the most popular collections in the Middle Ages was that written by Marie de France, which she claimed to have translated from King Alfred.

The term is often distinguished from didactic literature such as fables, but its relationship with other traditional stories, such as legends and folktales, is more nebulous.

His reputation as a stern, stolid reformer is counterbalanced by the fact that he had an excellent sense of humour and used satiric fables, spoofing, and puns in his writings.

Jean de La Fontaine is one of the most famous fabulist of that time, as he wrote hundreds of fables, some being far more famous than others, such as The Ant and the Grasshopper.

Medieval Welsh prose is well represented in the Shirburn Castle collection, with chronicles, legends, fables, theological tracts and collections of works by eminent poets of the period.

Some of his other fables concentrate on maintaining the trust between shepherds and guard dogs in their vigilance against wolves, as well as anxieties over the close relationship between wolves and dogs.

Polo had at times refuted the 'marvelous' fables and legends given in other European accounts, and despite some exaggerations and errors, Polo's accounts have relatively few of the descriptions of irrational marvels.

The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas is subtitled A Fable and, as in other modern fables such as Antoine de St Exupery's The Little Prince.

Everyone leading a so-called normal life can still dream and we all have access to the myths and fables that come to us through fairytales.

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