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-A '''moral lesson''' is a term in naratology used to denote the educational value of a work. Moral lessons can be found in [[fable]]s, [[emblemata]], [[wisdom poetry]], [[exempla]], [[bestiaries]], [[traditional stories]]. A [[moral lesson]] (a "moral"), which may at the end be expressed [[explicit]]ly in a [[pithy]] [[maxim (saying)|maxim]]. {{GFDL}}+A '''moral lesson''' is a term in naratology used to denote the educational value of a work. Moral lessons can be found in [[fable]]s, [[emblemata]], [[wisdom poetry]], [[exempla]], [[bestiaries]], [[traditional stories]]. The [[moral lesson]] (the "moral") is usually found at the end and may be expressed [[explicit]]ly in a [[pithy]] [[maxim (saying)|maxim]]. {{GFDL}}

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A moral lesson is a term in naratology used to denote the educational value of a work. Moral lessons can be found in fables, emblemata, wisdom poetry, exempla, bestiaries, traditional stories. The moral lesson (the "moral") is usually found at the end and may be expressed explicitly in a pithy maxim.



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