Bestia: Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society, Volume Eight, 2002
. Truman State University . Kirksville, MO
Bestia 8 .
PN982.B45 (Carlson Fable Collection, BIC bldg)
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Items included in this issue were read at the Society's Eighth International Congress in Marrakech, Morocco, in July, 2001. Items in this yearbook are: Gregory I. Carlson, A Ridiculous Bet?; Servanne Woodward, Adami's Fish: A Fish Tale by Derrida; Arnold W. Preussner, 'A Wilderness of Tigers:' Shakespeare's Titus Andronicus as Beast(ly) Fable; E. Joe Johnson, Jr., Who Loved the Better? La Fontaine's 'Les deux Amis'; Ashton Nichols, The Last Sturgeon: A Postmodern Fable; Bob Mielke, Daniel Quinn's Ishmael: Can a Beast Fable Save the World?; Dennis Leavens, A Reconsideration of John Gay's Fables I; Peter Saiz, Colonialism and the Ponca Rabbit Stories; Patricia Gately, The Jungle of Human Nature: Fable and Evolution in Leonard Woolf's The Village in the Jungle; Andrew Martino, Tripping the Light Fantastic: The Fabulist Calvino; and Nandita Batra, Jungle People and Beast Folk: Darwinian and Imperial Discourse in Two Fables of the Fin-de-Siècle.