A Book of Animals
. Julia MacRae, a division of Franklin Watts . London
QL85.W375 1985 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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A strange and delightful book on the part animals have played in our cultural and religious life. The book bears strong testimony to Aesop's place in our culture, as his fables are mentioned apropos of the dog, the wolf, the donkey, the cat, the fox, the rabbit, and the lion. There are good black-and-white illustrations for FG; TH; and The Lion, the Fox, and the Ass. Pages 115-6 are about fables. Written by a London vicar and a member of his parish.