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Thursday, April 28, 2011

Non-Animal Fable Stories

Humanizing Human Beings, To Be Little Candles for Others

Many modern fables tell stories about non-animal characters. Their characters are personification of toys, cars, appliances, or modern/ futurisctic things as if they talked, felt, acted like human.

Brave Little Toaster is an example of Appliance's story. According to Wikipedia, The Brave Little Toaster is written by Thomas M. Disch intended for children, A Bedtime Story for Small Appliances. The story was written in the style of a children's fable.

Another examples of non-animal fable story are Wall-E, Toy Story, Cars, and Black Battery and His Role. Fable stories give motivation and inspiration to the readers or audiences.

Black Battery and His Role, written by Purnomosidhi AKA Mas Didik, is presented in one of Short Stories with morals.

Read Fable Story: Black Battery and His Role

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