Aesop’s Fables : Defeated by Pride

Defeated by Pride

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Two roosters fought for supremacy in the farmyard.

Finally one was vanquished and he went and hid himself in a corner of the hen-house.

Defeated by Pride The victor flew up to the roof of the barn and begin to crow, “I’ve won, I’ve won!"

An eagle swooped down and carried him away and the rooster that had been defeated suddenly found himself unchallenged master of the farmyard.

Moral: The enemy is often defeated by his own pride.

The short story is a literary genre. It is usually fictional, narrative prose and tends to be more concise and to the point than longer works of fiction. These stories have their origins in oral story-telling traditions and the prose anecdote, a swiftly-sketched situation that comes rapidly to its point. The history of this kind of stories dates back to the oral story-telling traditions. Modern trend in them emerged as their own genre in the early 19th century. They tend to be less complex than novels. Usually, a short story will focus on only one incident, has a single plot, a single setting, a limited number of characters and covers a short period of time.

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