Characteristics of Folktales?

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A folktale is a story that was passed down from generation to generation through oral storytelling. Eventually, these stories were recorded. All folktales share some common characteristics. They each teach a lesson of some kind, whether practical or moral. Folktales include some kind of supernatural or magical element. Main characters in these stories represent a human quality, usually good or evil. The main characteristic of folktales is that they have a happy ending, or end with evil being vanquished.
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