Ride the East Wind: Parables of Yesterday and Today.
Berkeley, Edmund Callis
Weird re-workings of Aesop in a book heavy with the editor's own work. The book has a curious structure: it picks out key statements to repeat and adds quotable morals. The titles sometimes suggest applications. Pages 159-61 are a typical use and perversion of Aesop: the wolf turns nice when he has a family to care for. There is less Aesop than one might hope for in a book like this. Reading it becomes tedious. A resource for development beyond Aesop. This copy is signed by the author.