What is the moral of the story Princess September?
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The moral of the story Princess September is that freedom is the basic need of every living thing on this earth. The parrots are attractive in their looks like the little princesses. However, being encaged they become sad and unattractive. And the princess meets the same fate.
On the other hand, Princess September keeps the nightingale free and the latter is thus able to sing sweet songs and become the cynosure of eyes of Princess. From the nightingale, Princess September learns to be free and hence grows into a beautiful lady.
Read the summary of Princess September.
THE MORAL OF THE CHAPTER IS FREEDOM IS THE BASIC NEED OF EVERY LIVING THING IN THE WORLD .
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