Moral of Jack and the Beanstalk?


The moral of Jack and the Beanstalk is somewhat muddled because there are different versions that have been printed over the years. The main story tells of Jack who climbs a beanstalk and befriends the wife of the giant who lives at the top of the beanstalk. Jack eventually kills the giant and steals his magic beans. The moral of the story is to be a good person to avoid being robbed and killed. One of the versions tells how the giant had killed Jack's father so he felt justified.
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Jack and The Beanstalk is a Fairy Tale. Therefor, it doesn't have a
"Jack and the Beanstalk" actually began was an oral story. No one knows who started it or where it was originated from. Then, it was written in print by J. White of Newcastle
Let the GIANT eat you. How bad can it be?
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