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Fables for Leaders
|dc.identifier.other||11239 (Access ID)||en_US|
|dc.description.abstract||I enjoy this book and even find John Luibans something of a kindred spirit., The heart of the book, I would say, is a collection of traditional Aesopic fables. To these Luibans adds a number of things. First of all there are what I would call ruminations, reflecting well on how the fable applies to life. Then there are fables from others, including especially himself. My hat is off to anyone who, after the thousands of fables that have been created in our literary tradition, makes a new one. I do note that Lubans' fables seem longer than the traditional Aesop fables he uses. To these texts are added simple, pleasing silhouettes,like the dramatic gesture outlined on the cover. The book also makes room for personal notes from readers. It all adds up for me to a valuable book. The fables are grouped by themes under seven chapters, with two to eight themes per chapter. Bravo, John Lubans!||en_US|
|dc.title||Fables for Leaders||en_US|
|dc.subject.local1||Aesop and others||en_US|
|dc.subject.local4||Title Page Scanned||en_US|
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Books of Fables
An Annotated Bibliography of Books of Fables.