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The popular fables they are a fun way to teach children moral teachings. Through these curious short stories of talking animals, children are able to learn popular values and teachings.
In Hartzenbusch's short fable of The snails, children are taught not to boast of virtues that may not be a quality to others.
Two snails had one day strong chimera
about who would give more career in less time.
A frog told them:
- I have come to suspect
that you are both at the same time
something hard to move;
see if you can walk.
Moral: Be careful not to boast of virtues that seem flaws to others.
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