2012 Aesop's Fable:
- A Fox of horrid moral fibre was a very good artist - but because of his character was determined to be properly and totally shunned by all the other animals of the forest. Still, he continued to secretly paint, and his portraits of Owl and Robin were so good, although signed with the name "Gnarph", that the Museum of the Forest placed the works in the Grand Gallery. One day, though, the Mouse found out that the "Gnarph" works were actually painted by Fox, and so Mouse went to the Grand Gallery, removed the paintings and had a wonderful bonfire.
The question remaining is (this is 2012, so there is no "moral") :
- Is the forest better off by maintaining the proper shunning and destroying the paintings, or is it better off by keeping the art in the museum?