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Aesops Fables The North Wind and the Sun

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Transcript of Aesops Fables The North Wind and the Sun

The North Wind And The Sun
Aesop Aesop Greek story teller.
Slave.(Lewis)
inspired Plato, Aristotle, and Socretes
His stories are told and studied still throught history.
Many of his Fables are told and used to Teach Moral and Ethical Lessons The North Wind And The Sun -Theme or lesson
- Influence is stronger than force.

-The wind tries to blow a mans cloak off.

-The sun influences the man to take off his cloak.
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