My apologies for the long hiatus! I finally - FINALLY - was able to get done editing the commentary on the 80 fables for the Barlow Aesop book and get that back to the very nice and patient editor at Bolchazy-Carducci (no word yet on when the book will actually be out, but I'll be sure to announce it here as soon as I find out). I'm also still having trouble with Google... I thought if I laid low for a while they might unblock me as a spam blog, but no such luck. Although a real human being - me! - is writing this blog, Google's robots continue to think otherwise. But I am getting very very good at reading the little captcha challenge I have to pass in order to post in my own blog here! :-)
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Latin Via Fables: I'm presenting the "Barlow Aesop" collection, fable by fable, with my commentary on each. Today's fable is Fable 1: Leaena et Vulpes, the story of the fox who insulted the lioness and who learned a lesson about "quantity versus quality" as a result. Here is Barlow's illustration:
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