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What is the moral of the story 'Jack and The Beanstalk'?



Asked by Farran, Last updated: Jul 24, 2021

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John Adney

John Adney

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On my own point of view, the story seems to have a moral, because jack should learn from his mistakes and stealing from other's is wrong you have to learn an honest trade and work hard for your living .
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Hebaibrahim

Hebaibrahim

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On my own point of view, the story seems to have a moral, because jack should learn from his mistakes and stealing from other's is wrong you have to learn an honest trade and work hard for your living .
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John Smith

John Smith

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Answered Nov 06, 2016

False

The moral is not very clear in this story because even if you see Jack as a hero in the story, how can you justify the continued theft Jack committed against the Ogre? Jack seems to be rewarded in the end simply because this story is for children and usually a happy ending is expected. Remember that not all stories have morals, and this story seems to be one of them.
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