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Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
Allegory, Fable, and Moral
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Allegory, Fable, and Moral

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  • 1. A story that can be interpreted toALLEGORY: reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.
  • 2. FABLEA short story, typically withanimals as characters,conveying a moral.Example:The Tortoise and the Hare
  • 3. MORAL wrongA lesson of right orderived from a story
  • 4. The Dog and The BoneA dog found a bone and showed it off to his neighbors.
  • 5. The Dog and The BoneWhen crossing a bridge over a stream, the dog saw his own reflection but thought it was another dog with another bone. He wanted it for himself.
  • 6. The Dog and The BoneWhen he opened his mouth to bark at the “other” dog, he dropped his bone, and it was swept away in the stream.
  • 7. The Dog and The Bone So what’s the moral?
  • 8. REVIEW• How is Animal Farm an allegory?• How is it a fable?• What is the moral of the novel?

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