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Personal Fable Essays and Term Papers

  • Fable

    English 1 Hon 28 May 2012 The Key to Success There once was a Honey Badger, his name was Lester. It was his freshmen year in Honey Badger school sometimes he got discombobulated and he would get a period of grace from his teachers but he always waited until the last minute to do his work. His best...

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  • Fables

    FABLES ) THE COCK AND THE FOX A Fox was caught in a trap one fine morning, because he had got too near the Farmer's hen house. No doubt he was hungry, but that was not an excuse for stealing. A Cock, rising early, discovered what...

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  • Fable

    Once there was a pig, cow, horse, and sheep. Their lives on the farm were peaceful and carefree. The owner of the farm always treated them fairly. They received the same amount of food, privileges, care, and were never neglected. Because they were treated fairly, they never complained, lied, stole, or...

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    Over two thousand years ago there lived a city that is in the present day called Atlanta and there was a very popular man and woman there. The woman was named Deshiba and the man went by King Cross.  These two beings spent lot of their time exercising and sleeping, but soon they got bored of doing...

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  • Fable

    big teeth taken out. But when he came again to the parents of the young girl they simply laughed in his face, and bade him do his worst. Moral of Aesops Fable: Love can tame the wildest...

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    Meek in Carter, p. 146 Fables are short stories that have an abstract moral lesson, fables consist on talking animals which have human like qualities while others consist of only humans or both in a story. Fables impart moral values and life skills which are indeed...

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  • Fables

    Fables have been around for thousands of years. And its no wonder because even thousands of years ago people were bright enough to figure out that one could gossip about anybody – as long as they change their name to something like “Mouse” or “Donkey” or “Lion” first. The stories created usually took...

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  • Fables

    Life They say life is easy, but my experience tells me its not. Life throws you its curve balls all the time. Its all about learning how to dance in the rain instead of waiting for the storm to pass. My parents have always taught me to make the best out of everything that is thrown your way either...

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  • The Fable

    The Alligator and the Snake An alligator named Billy is sleeping in the river near by a snake named Bob is slithering near the river where Billy is sleeping. Bob slithers over to wake up Billy and ask a question. Bob asks Billy, “What day is today”? Billy wakes up and answers “Today is Monday”. ...

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  • Fable

    Jeffrey Jett Dr. Jean Roelke English 2610 9/22/2010 The Fab 5 Once upon a time, there 4 of the most beautiful unicorns that ever lived. They would laugh and frolic in the forest all day. Their names were Buttercup, Sprinkles, Daisy, and Ben. Ben was adopted. They were the best of friends...

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  • Fable

    Once upon a time there lived a lanky little rat named Rudy. Rudy’s fur was very dull and felt like needles. She lived in a tiny village where all the animals knew each other. Every afternoon she would meet with her friends at the riverbank to tell stories of their morning. One day Rudy scurried to the...

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  • Fable

    "Youre always so dirty. Why dont you try and be more clean? Like me, look at me im always clean and smell good." said the dog. "I wouldnt like to be in your shoes ever, or have your owners be my owners too. They dont take care of you" said the dog. "Youre only clean because your owner showers you. If...

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  • Fable

    Marcella the Bird One early morning an elderly man, known as Jordi, decided to take a walk and go check out the fields of La Loma. Jordi was really happy and sure to find the crops and grass in good condition, but to his surprise all the plants seemed delicate and the land dry. Seeing food would be...

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    fable introduction Octavio Paz's beautiful and mysterious poem reflects many of the ideas that characterize his work in the early 1950s after his return to Mexico from Paris. Like the other verses in the volume Semillas para un himno (Seeds for Hymn) in which it appears, the style of the twenty-two-line...

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    In the movie, Cyberbully, the main character, Taylor Hillridge, finally gets to fit in with the popular kids when she receives a laptop for her birthday. With the freedom that comes with the laptop, she finds herself the target of cyber bullying from some girls at her school. The girls bully Taylor so...

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  • Fables

    the Lion were released afterward. The main point of this fables is “ Gratitude is the sign of noble souls” which me if you help someone and they will return the favor. Or even noticed your kindness. The Ant and The Grasshopper This fables is about Ant who work hard to gather food for the winter...

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  • A Fable

    The story i will write this essay about, has the title ”A Fable” and is written by the author Robert Fox in the year 1986. The genre in the text is short story and the narration or point of view is a omniscient narrator. The setting in this story is in New York City, Manhattan. There are three charaters...

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  • Fable

    A little mouse peeped out of its hole, as he watched the farmer and his wife walk inside the home with a package. As he eagerly watched the two open the package, the little mouse could not help but to feel excitement! Mouse, “Hmmm? I wonder what’s in the package. Maybe that’s new food!” Suddenly the...

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  • Fable

    Chicken and Rooster were just two of the many kids at Animal Academy. They barely knew each other but the difference between them was Chicken was popular and Rooster was a geek. Everyone knew Chicken, he got all the girls, he was invited to every birthday party, and he never got picked on. Rooster was...

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  • Fables

    Common type of story is the fable, which presents a moral, or lesson about human behavior. Fables usually feature animals behaving and speaking as humans. Among the most widely known are those from the ancient Sanskrit Pancatantra (Five Chapters), which was first written down in India perhaps 2,000 years...

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