Taking the extant versions of Aesop in Greek prose as his point of departure, the author extends the tradition wherein poets have invested the original plots with a wealth of prosodical invention. Though contemporary, his idiom has echoes of past literatures.
Publisher: Honeyglen Publishing Ltd
Number of pages: 103
Dimensions: 240 x 160 mm
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