Bestia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society, Volume Two, May, 1990
. Northeast Missouri State University . Kirksville, MO
Bestia 2 .
PN982.B45 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Items included in this issue were read at the Society's Second International Congress in Copenhagen, Denmark, in August of 1989. Items in this yearbook are: Jan M. Ziolkowski, The Form and Spirit of Beast Fable; Steven H. Lonsdale, Approaches to the Beast Fable in the Liberal Arts Curriculum; Jan M. Zioikowski, Teaching Animals; Nicholas Ruddick, Thirteen Ways of Looking at Two Black Birds: A Critical Fiction Based on 'The Twa Corbies'; Joyce Hope Scott, Who 'Goophered' Whom: The Afro-American Fabulist and His Tale in Charles Chestnutt's The Conjure Woman; Kirsten H. Powell, La Fontaine's 'The Frogs Who Asked for a King': Reptiles and Revolutions in French Fable Illustration and Caricature'; Pierre Hunt, Ivan Krylov and the Aesopian Style of Narrative; Kari Lokke, 'A Whirlpool of Change': Isak Dinesen's 'The Monkey' As a Beast Fable; Margaret G. Wolitarsky, The Doffing of Skins; Laraine Fergenson, George Orwell's Animal Farm: A Twentieth-Century Beast Fable; and Sue Mattheson, Smokey the Cowhorse: The Beast Fable Goes West.