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People have written stories about animals for nearly as long as we have written stories about ourselves. From the fables of Aesop to the folk tales of Joel Chandler Harris, tales of four-footed tricksters and furry fools have found a permanent place in the literature of several civilizations. Join Classicist Thomas Banks to learn more about the history of the form and the authors who have developed it.
Date: July 23
Time: 7-8:30 pm EST
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