Bestia

Yearbook of the Beast Fable Society

Volume 4 (1992)

Editor
| Northeast Missouri State University
PaperbackAvailable
ISBN 9789027234018 (Eur) | EUR 68.00
ISBN 9781556194757 (USA) | USD 102.00
 
e-JournalAvailable
| EUR 60.00
Bestia presents articles dealing with the beast fable and its sister genres in all literatures, languages and periods. It yearly publishes a selection of the most distinguished papers read at the annual International Congress of the Beast Fable Society. The present volume contains papers from the Fourth International Congress (Margarita Island and Caracas, May 25-June 1 1991).
Subscriptions to Bestia: Yearbook of the International Beast Fable Society are invited.
[Bestia, 4]  1992.  138 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
The Fable and the Anti-fable: The Modern Faces of Aesop
Pack Carnes
5–33
Fables of Pasiphäe, or On Vaccination and Vaccimulgence
Marc Shell
34–44
John Oldham's Satiric Poetry and the Beast Fable
Betsy K. Barnes
45–54
Samuel Johnson: Beast Fabulist and Satirist on Mankind
Thomas Tierney
55–65
From Apuleius to A· R· Wallace: Evolutionary Theory and Some Literary Animals and Insects
David Spooner
66–74
Eating Crow: Rousseau on the Fable
Susan Shell
75–86
Horace's and Today's Town and Country Mice
Gregory I. Carlson S.J.
87–112
Sacramental Relationships in Kenneth Rexroth's A Bestiary
Dennis Leavens
113–125
Moral Imperialism in the Ramayana
W. Brian Altano
126–138
Subjects

Literature & Literary Studies

Medieval literature & literary studies
BIC Subject: DSB – Literary studies: general
BISAC Subject: LIT000000 – LITERARY CRITICISM / General