Parabole Myth, Tracition, and the Search for Meaning: Prison. Volume 28, No. 2; Summer 2003.

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Fine magazine with barely brushed tips, no major curl, looks fab, inside is pristine. Contains "POINT OF VIEW: Iron Lock, Iron Chain, Iron Net" by Roger Lipsey and Lobsang Lhalungpa; "Locked Away" by Nan Runde - The innocent imprisoned in fairy tales; "Plato's Fetters" by David Appelbaum - The chains that bind us; "Practice within the Cell" - An interview with Fleet Maull; "Help beyond the Walls" by Madonna Holden - Allies who help us escape; "The Hawk in the Prison" by Joseph Bruchac - The Native American experience; GALLERY: "The Art of Piranesi" Text by Aldous Huxley; "The Turning" by Drew Leder - Narratives of inmates; "Wheels within Wheels" by Susan Ellen Mesinai - The "vanished" political prisoner; "Poetry in Buchenwald" by Jacques Lusseyran - Hope uplifted, dignity preserved; "Prisoner of the Self" by Mordechai Beck - The story of the Biblical Joseph; "Robben Island" by Nelson Mandela - Notes from a pre-eminent inmate; "Prometheus, Fire-Bearer in Chains" by Sarah Jane Sloane - Imprisonment by the Gods.

Title: Parabole Myth, Tracition, and the Search for Meaning: Prison. Volume 28, No. 2; Summer 2003.

Author Name: Compilation Authored

Illustrator: Illustrated

Categories: SELF HELP & DISCOVERY,

Publisher: The Society for The Study of Myth and Tradition: 2003

Binding: Magazine

Book Condition: Fine

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Type: Magazine

Size: 8vo - over 7

Seller Id: 28490

Keywords: Prison, Native Americans, Fleet Maull, Plato's Fetters, Aldous Huxley, Norse Epicycles, The Birth of Krishna/ Hindu Epicycle.,