Wolf at night, thinking of climbing into the sheepfold, I got on the kennel. Suddenly the whole horseman’s court rose up – Poczuya gray so close to a bully, Dogs poured into the cribs and are eager to fight; Psalms shout: “Ahty, guys, a thief!” – And in a moment the gate to constipation; In a minute, the kennel became hell. Running: the other with the oak, Another with a gun. “Fire!” They shout, “fire!” They came with fire. My Wolf is sitting back in the corner. Teeth snapping and bristling with wool, Eyes, it seems, would like everyone to eat; But seeing what is not in front of the herd And what comes at last, He counts for the sheep, – Started my cunning In negotiations And started like this: “Friends, why all this noise?” I, your old matchmaker and godfather, Come to be reconciled to you, not at all for the sake of quarrel, We forget the past, we fix the general harmony! And I, not only will I not touch the flocks here, But I’m glad for them myself with others And I, with a wolf oath, That I… “-” Listen, neighbor, “Then the trapper interrupted in response.” You’re gray, and I, my friend, are gray, And I’ve known your wolf a long time ago; And so my custom: With wolves, otherwise do not do the world, As having removed the skin from them down. “And then he let the pack of beagles fly on the Wolf.
Moral Fables Krylov Wolf on the kennels
And I know your wolf a long time ago; Therefore, my custom: With wolves, otherwise you will not do the world, As you have removed the skin from them.
Moral in their own words, the main idea and the meaning of the fable Wolf on the kennel
It is impossible to believe the word to those who have repeatedly deceived and did not keep their word
Analysis of the fable Wolf on kennels
What is a fable? A fable is a lyric-epic work in which the author teaches the reader something. Most often the fable is presented in a poetic form, and the main actors in the works of this genre are animals and insects. The fable is traditionally divided into 2 parts. In the first, the author conveys the story of the event that happened, and in the second one comes to a conclusion. This conclusion in the literature is called morality. Morality is called upon to teach and instruct the reader. IA Krylov without doubt can be called the most famous and beloved Russian fabulist. His
creations have rightly entered the golden fund of Russian literature, people of different ages love and read them, his collection can be found in every house. One of the most instructive and interesting of his fables is the fable “The Wolf on the Kennels”. It was written in 1812,
She teaches us not to believe the word to those who have repeatedly deceived and did not keep their word. The fable calls to be cautious and distrustful, so as not to reap the fruits of its ill-considered forgiveness. It is worth saying that IA Krylov not only chose Wolf the main hero of his work. As you know, even in the oral folk art wolves, and along with them and foxes, were considered the embodiment of cunning and lies. This image, as it is impossible by the way, fits into the plot of the fable and helped the reader to understand morality more fully and more accurately.
It is very difficult to determine the rhyme and size in which the fable is written. This is another distinguishing feature of the fable, as a genre. However, despite this, the work is still read easily, singing.
It is also worth noting the historical fact, which became the basis of the plot of the work of Krylov. The fable was written in 1812, at the height of the Patriotic War of 1812 with France. It is known that under the image of the Wolf, the author meant Napoleon, the commander of the French army, and the watchman who sent the dogs to the Wolf was General Kutuzov. This fact also says that the fable “The Wolf on the Kennels” is patriotic and full of love for the Motherland and confidence in its greatness and undoubted victory in this war over the French.
The main characters of the fable (characters) of Ivan Krylov
The main character of the fable is the Wolf. He climbed the kennel at night, and when he was cornered, decided to “go to a deal” and negotiate peace with the kennel guard. However, the guards were clever enough not to accept the proposals of the crafty Wolf and lowered the angry dogs with words, which is the morality of the whole fable.