Who is Aesop?

Aesop was known as a Greek storyteller and the writer fable Aesop. Fable is a short story that teach lessons about life.

Many fable stories characterize animals. Those animals could speak and can act like humans. Inanimate objects that speak, solve problems, and generally have human characteristics.

In Aesop’s tales, the lessons are tought to the readers through advice. Theses advices are called morals. 

One of Aesop’s famous fables is “Ants And the Grasshopper”. In the summer, ants begins to store food for winter. However, the grasshopper just plays around. When the winter comes, the ants have a large supply of food, meanwhile the grasshopper didn’t have any.

Aesop’s moral from this story was: “We better prepare for the times when we are deprived”

Not much is known about Aesop.  He was born in Asian in 620 BC and became the slave of a rich Greek.

Aesop wrote many tales and also tells them to entertain people. His fables later were written and collected around the year 300 BC. Others of  Aesop’s famous fables include “The fox and wine” and “A wolf in sheep’s clothing”.

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