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    • Kalila and Dimna: Fables of Conflict and Intrigue 

      Wood, Ramsay (Medina Publishing Ltd. Isle of Wight, 2011)
      Here is the long awaited sequel to a wonderful book of fables. The format remains the same, though the fascinating sidebars seem less frequent. For me, nothing can compare with the original Woods "Kalila and Dimna," but ...
    • Kalila and Dimna: Selected Fables of Bidpai. 

      Wood, Ramsay (Granada Paperback. London, 1982)
      Some of the most delightful reading I have done in a while. Wood has skillfully arranged Friendship stories from Bidpai in a delightful contemporary story within story compendium: racy, vigorous, full of zest, funny as ...
    • Kalila and Dimna: Selected Fables of Bidpai. 

      Wood, Ramsay (Alfred A. Knopf. NYNew York, 1980)
      See my listing under 1982 of the paperback edition, which strangely does not mention this edition. It was great to see this old paperback friend lying out as a hardbound edition on the tables at Strand!
    • Kalila and Dimna: Selected Fables of Bidpai. 

      Wood, Ramsay (Inner Traditions International, Ltd.. Rochester, VT, 1986)
      This is basically a reprint of the 1982 Paladin edition from Granada; see my comments there. The paper here is improved. I hope that this edition also has a better binding, since I have watched the Granada paperbacks ...
    • Kalila und Dimna: Vom sinnreichen Umgang mit Freunden: Ausgewählte Fabeln des Bidpai 

      Kilrenny, Margaret; Otten, Edgar; Wood, Ramsay (Herder. Freiburg im BreisgauFreiburg/Basel/Wien, 1986)
      I realized as I approached the end of this long visit in Germany that I had missed the Wirthwein bookshop, which had been a good source for me two years earlier. Stopping by on my last day yielded this lovely translation ...
    • Tales of Kalila and Dimna: Classic Fables from India 

      Wood, Ramsay (Inner Traditions International, Ltd.. Rochester, VT, 2000)
      Here is the third format in which I have taught this lovely little book. The cover is a now a colored composite of classic manuscript illustrations (Oxford? Istanbul?). Has the title changed, or am I just getting more ...
    • Tales of Kalila and Dimna: Fables of Friendship and Betrayal 

      Wood, Ramsay (Saqi. Berkeley, Calif.London, 2008)
      This is the fourth format in which this delightful book has been produced. The book remains as wide in format as it was in the 2000 edition by Inner Traditions, though it is slightly less tall. The book now runs to 303 ...