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RIDDLE

A L_E_O_Y
CLUE #1: It is a noun which means “a
work in which the characters and events
are to be understood as representing other
things and symbolically expressing a
deeper, often spiritual, moral, or political
meaning”.
CLUE #2: It is an eight-letter word
B_A_S_T

CLUE #1: It is a verb which means “to


speak with excessive pride”.

CLUE #2: It is a five-letter word


F _N_A_Y
CLUE #1: It is a noun which
means “the creative power of the
imagination”.
CLUE #2: It is a seven-letter word
E _U_L

CLUE #1: It is an adjective which means


“having the same privileges, rights, status,
and opportunities as other”.
CLUE #2: It is a five-letter word.
L _R_E
CLUE #1: It is an adjective which means
“comparatively big or bigger in size,
number, or quantity than is usual or
expected”.

CLUE #2: It is a five-letter word


ABEFL
CLUE #1: it is a noun which means “a
story that teaches a lesson, especially one
in which the characters are animals”.
FABLE
THE AMERICAN STREAM: TRANCENDENTALISM

a philosophical movement that developed in America in the early to mid-


nineteenth century and whose beliefs were chiefly expressed in literature.

Unlike the rationalists, the Trancendentalists believed that truth and


knowledge are not dependent soley on reason and the senses, but also
on intuition and contemplation.
A FABLE
by Ralph Waldo Emerson
A fable is a story that tells The mountain and the squirrel
Had a quarrel;
lesson, using animals as
And the former called the latter ‘Little Prig.’ Prig is a person
characters that speak and act Bun replied,
like human beings who obeys the
‘You are doubtless very big;
rules of correct
But all sorts of things and weather
Must be taken in together, behaviour and
To make up a year considers himself
And a sphere. or herself to be
Everyone and
And I think it no disgrace morally better
everything has its use To occupy my place. than other people
or importance no matter If I’m not so large as you,
how big or small it is. You are not so small as I,
And not half so spry.
I’ll not deny you make
A very pretty squirrel track;
Talents differ; all is well and wisely put;
If I cannot carry forests on my back,
Neither can you crack a nut.’
Task
A fable is a story that tells lesson, using animals
as characters that speak and act like human
beings

Write a simple fable in your


notebook. At the end of your
story, write the lesson that you
want to tell to your readers.