Raphael Loewe

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Sunday, 7 March 2004
Isaac Ibn Sahula's fables in Meshal haqadmoni comprise a series of debates, rich in contemporary satire, placed in the mouths of animals. Touching on subjects like time, the soul, the physical sciences, astronomy and astrology, they reflect timeless human foibles, political compromise and court intrigue.
 

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