Life is often reflected in literature through allegory or satire. Author's make the most of anthropomorphism and symbolism to tell the tales of the issues of the time to protect their political identities. Grimm's Fairy Tales told of the Industrial Revolution. Many nursery rhymes also tell tales of the issues during the Industrial Revolution or the Middle Ages. Dr. Seuss does it in his books, too. Aesop's fables are also stories from the Ancient Greeks that tell of right living and ave been translated in many languages and adapted by many cultures.