What Is the Moral of the Ugly Duckling?


There are many morals that can be interpreted from reading the story of 'The Ugly Duckling' by Hans Christian Anderson. One moral we can gather at the end is that we should not judge a book by its cover. Another could be that people should not be treated as inferior jjust because they look different.
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The moral of The Ugly Duckling is not to make fun of people, or at least it is one of them. The ducks learn not to make fun of the swan because he grows to be beautiful.
Q&A Related to "What Is the Moral of the Ugly Duckling?"
1. To not be let down easily (be proud of yourself) 2. Don't judge a book by it's cover (just cause he's ugly, doesn't mean he's mean! 3. It is good to care about someone, no matter
You might not fit in to what the others expect as normal but do not let that worry you. You are who you are.
With ‘Den grimme Ælling’ (‘The Ugly Duckling’, 1837), Hans Christian Andersen wistfully provided an autobiography in narrative form. The duckling is
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