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The Sparrow Hawk and the Chicken
The Telltale
The Corns and the Peasant
The Duck and the Vulture
The Two Brother Pigeons
The Chicken and the Tick
The Poor and the Rich
The Two Brother Mice and the King Cat
The Iron and the Blacksmith
The Three Brothers and the Creator
The Agama and the Rat
The Beggar and the Priest
The Crocodile and the Gazelle
The Stubborn Donkey and the Peasant
The Poor and the Treasure
The Fox and the Rabbit
The Goat and the Capybara
The Cat Preacher and the Disciples
Money and One’s Self-Dignity
The Two Friend Chicks
The Flight
The Perverse Blacksmith
Horse and Donkey
The Rule of the Jungle
The Lady Turkey
The Believers and the Priest
Sheep and Shepherd
The Servant and the Master
Hyena and Jackal
Early Victory
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The Tales of Agrey

The Tales of Agrey

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The Tales of Agrey is a collection of stories made by the author to teach morals about things in the world that seem to not exist but do exist and to show rules of things in the world that seem to exist but do not exist, while explaining things that we ignore but should not be ignored and things that we do not ignore but should be ignored. After reading the tales, the readers could see the parts of the tales that they can relate to; the readers could compare the tales with their personal lives and extract knowledge from it. The author used his lesson of morals that could be understandable to both children and adults.
The Tales of Agrey is a collection of stories made by the author to teach morals about things in the world that seem to not exist but do exist and to show rules of things in the world that seem to exist but do not exist, while explaining things that we ignore but should not be ignored and things that we do not ignore but should be ignored. After reading the tales, the readers could see the parts of the tales that they can relate to; the readers could compare the tales with their personal lives and extract knowledge from it. The author used his lesson of morals that could be understandable to both children and adults.

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Publish date: May 13, 2013
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