Bestia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society, Volume Three, May, 1991
. Northeast Missouri State University . Kirksville, MO
Bestia 3 .
PN982.B45 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Items included in this issue were read at the Society's Third International Congress in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico, in April, 1990. Items in this yearbook are: Kenneth Varty, Animal Fable and Fabulous Animal: The Evolution of the Species With Specific Reference to the Foxy Kind; Maureen Fries, Shape-shifting Women in the Old Irish Sagas; J.P. Singh, Beast Fables in Sanskrit; Servanne Woodward, Galiani's Beast Fable in Diderot's Letters to Sophie Volland; Kenneth Watson, The Beast of Syntax: Keats's 'Lamia' and Narrative Time; Cecilia Ann Sims, The Rebirth of Indian and Chinese Mythology in Gerald Vizenor's Griever: An American Monkey King in China; Judson Jerome, Myth, Fable, and Art in Yeats's 'Leda and the Swan'; Kenneth Varty, Renart Through the Looking Glass: The Passage of the Fox from One Fictitious World to Another in the Roman de Renart; Dennis Leavens, Finding One to Worship, Finding One to Betray: The Language of Fable in Thurber, Orwell, and Pynchon; Frederick B. Jonassen, The Stag Hunt in The Merry Wives of Windsor; Barbara Cantalupo, Secondary Beasts in Moby-Dick; Jim Severns, Bernard Shaw As Beast Fabulist; Roger L. Cole, Beast Allegory in the Late Medieval Sermon in Strasbourg: The Example of John Geiler's von den vier Lewengeschrei (1507).