Bestia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society, Volume One, May, 1989

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1989
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Items included in this inaugural issue were read at the Society's First International Congress in Agadir, Morocco, in August of 1988. Items in this yearbook are: Marc Shell, Beauty and the Beast; Robert Lima, Borges and the Beast: Numerology in The Book of Imaginary Beings; Margaret Parker, The Libro de Buen Amor, El Libro de Calila e Digna and the Picaresque Connection; Charles Cantalupo, Anima/1; Josephine Bloomfield, Rediscovering Henryson: An Exploration of Obstacles in Canon Formation; Marijane Osborn, 'The Fox and the Wolf': A Verse Translation of Robert Henryson's Fable; Henry Kratz, Three High Points of the Beast Fable in Germany: Der Stricker, Luther, Lessing; Servanne Woodward, The Nature of the Beast in Jack London's Fiction; Teo Savory, Free-Form Pentacles: A Fable; Joyce Hope Scott, Excising the Other: Liberation Ethics and the Politics of Deference--A Perspective on the Afro-American Animal Tale; W. Brian Altano, The Beast Fable As Evasive Anti-Fascist Commentary: The First Book of Fables of Carlo Emilio Gadda; Ronald Cere, The Theme of Social Protest in the Literary Fables of Thomas de Iriarte; and Yve Hannah Jourdain, Two Fables: I. And the Eye Wept Clouds, and II. Shepherds Were No Leopards.
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