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A fable is a story intended to illustrate a moral.
Fable or Fables may also refer to:
- Fable (1996 video game), an adventure game by Simbiosis Interactive
- Fable (video game series), a video game series by Lionhead Studios (or first game title below)
- Fables (England Dan & John Ford Coley album), 1971
- Fables (Jean-Luc Ponty album), 1985
- Fables (8stops7 album)
- Fable, a 1991 EP by Switchblade Symphony
- "Fable" (Robert Miles song), 1996
- H.M.S. Fable, a 1999 album by Shack
- Fable (album), a 2000 album by Faye Wong
- Immaculate Machine's Fables, a 2007 album by Immaculate Machine
- Fables (book), a 1980 children's picture book by Arnold Lobel
- Fables (comics), a Vertigo comic book series
- Fable (TV play), a 1965 British television play in The Wednesday Play series
- A Fable (novel), William Faulkner's Pulitzer prize winning 1954 novel
- Business fable, a fable written about business with a business lesson as the moral
- Schleicher's fable, a reconstructed text in Proto-Indo-European published by August Schleicher in 1868
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