Ideas for an allegory story?
Give me some character names that are obvious allegorical names and perhaps some other objects/settings/etc. but that are not from other, popular writings. Like "Mr. Goodwill" and "Much Afraid" walking through the town of "Forgotten" when they run into "Mr. Snake" selling apples. Needs to have a positive angle and something kids can understand. Any ideas??? Thanks! :-)
Sure, I think a great idea for an allegorical story would be a modern version (2012) of Nathaniel Hawthorne's "Ethan Brand," a 19th-century story about oner man's search for "the original sin." In Hawthorne's story the original sin, indeed, is looking for it in others.
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