Fable Lion & the Mouse Sinbad & Genie. Describe the structural differences of various imaginative forms of literature, including fantasies, fables, myths, legends, and fairy tales. What is a Fable?.
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Fable Lion & the MouseSinbad & Genie
Describe the structural differences of various imaginative forms of literature, including fantasies, fables, myths, legends, and fairy tales.
Aesop(Painting, c. 1638, by Diego Velasquez.Museo del Prado, Madrid)
The Lion and the Mouse
Once a lion trapped a mouse under it’s large paw. The mouse pleaded for it’s life, so the lion let it go. Later the lion became entangled in a hunter’s net and roared in distress. The mouse rushed to help. “You’re too small to help,” said the lion. But the mouse nibbled at the net until the lion was free.
Lion and the Mouse
Aesop’s Fable from Greece
In the Jungle
When the hunters came and caught the lion and tied him with ropes.
Mouse cut the ropes with his teeth and make lion free.
Sinbad and the Genie
Fable from Middle East
At the seaside (beach)
When the genie has Sinbad in this hand and tries to eat him.
Sinbad made the genie turn small again and sealed him in the bottle.
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