The Lamb and the Elephant: Ideal Imitation and the Context of Renaissance Allegory
Huntington Library, 1974 - 254 pagina's
Through his plan to share the wealth of his wheat crop with three friends, a Chinese farmer teaches the importance of allowing other people to help in time of need.
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