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Apr 30, 2022

[Answer] What storyteller originated the phrase "cry wolf"?

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...1. Hans Christian Andersen 2. Aesop 3. The Brothers Grimm 4. J.M. Barrie




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Aesop - If someone is crying wolf, they are said to be lying. The phrase originated with Greek storyteller Aesop, who wrote several famous fables. In one such story, Aesop told of a young boy whose job was to watch some sheep overnight. He pretended to be attacked by a wolf, so the townspeople came to help him, only to realize it was a trick. After playing this ruse several times, eventually, a real wolf did appear. By that time, the townspeople had got tired of his lies, so no one came to help. :


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