Essay about The Boy Who Cried Wolf
As an adult, I still adhere to the belief that it’s inappropriate to lie to one another, and telling the truth is always the best course of action. I believe “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and stories like it are told to us as children that way by the time we reach adulthood these types of immaturity would be surpassed. I can’t say whether or not these stories actually work for everyone, but I did understand early on as a child that lying led to negative consequences for me. However, our text clearly states that our elders use stories to pass on knowledge and good morals to the young people of their groups.
Once upon a time in a far off country, there lived a little boy who attended the market to sneak and steal loaves of bread from vendors. This boy was able to steal many loaves of bread, and in fact he stole so many that he…