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The moral of the fable "Snow White" is that selfish desire is dangerous. In this folktale, a vain and jealous Queen arranges various tricks and deceits in order to kill her stepdaughter, Snow White, whom the magic mirror declares is the most beautiful woman in the world. The Queen almost succeeds in killing Snow White by offering her dangerous or poisonous gifts, but in the end, Snow White is saved and the Queen must face justice for her attempted murder.

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