Top 7 Fairy and Folk Tales about Lying Lies and liars have always been an important theme in fairy tales and every tradition has got it’s own takes on the morality of lies. There are countless portrays of liars in fairy and folk tales. Therefore fairy tales provide us with a lot of insight into the world’s cultures. While some stories try to teach us a lesson or a moral by giving the liar his deserved punishment, others almost glorify cunning lies as a survival strategy. There are so many tales that it was very tough to chose a Top list...
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A. B. Mitford Aesop Albert Henry Wratislaw Andrew Lang Buddhist C. W. Peck Comtesse de Ségur Cornelius Mathews Elena Favilli Elphinstone Dayrell Elsie Spicer Eells Filmore Parker Francesca Cavallo Frank Baum Frank Hamilton Cushing German Giambattista Basile Hans Christian Andersen Henry Altemus Iconique Psychology ISABEL MAUD PEACOCKE James A. Honey James Stephens JOHN MASEFIELD Josephine Preston Peabody K. J. Erben L. Frank Baum Maive Stokes Mimosa Nikolai Gogol Norman Hinsdale Pitman P. C. WREN Parker Fillmore Phebe A. Curtiss REV. J. MACGOWAN Rev. Lal Behari Day Richard Wilhelm Sir George Webbe Dasent TED The Brothers Grimm Torgen Moe and P. Asbiörnson W. R. S. Ralston WILLIAM C. GRIGGS William Shakespeare Yei Theodora Ozaki
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- North & South America