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On The Table Read Magazine, “the best book magazine in the UK“, Ramsay Wood has released a series of animal fables, A Cat May Look At A King And Seven Other Stories To Tell Your Cat.

A Cat May Look At A King And Seven Other Stories To Tell Your Cat

Following his two novelistic updates of animal fables stemming, from the most ancient Indian book of dozens of linked beast-fables Panchatantra, Ramsay Wood has released a new dedication most enigmatic of creatures, the cat, in A Cat May Look At A King And Seven Other Stories To Tell Your Cat.

A concise and elegantly presented compendium of eight illustrated feline tales, collected by the author from around the world, A Cat May Look At A King And Seven Other Stories To Tell Your Cat will amuse any reader who ever loved a moggy.

With stories from around the world, from China to Ireland, France to India, Ramsay Wood presents eight cat stories that have endured their popularity throughout the generations. Whether affectionate, vicious, murderous or benign, all cats you will find have been portrayed here in all their contradictory glory. Aided by seven illustrators, Ramsay Wood’s retellings probe the feline mysteries.

Whatever Ramsay Wood’s new book lacks in pages, it reclaims in perceptive charm as a masterly rewrite of his now-rare 1984 hardback.

Ramsay Wood

I’ve ditched one stupid 1984 story —replacing it with a better, longer one — and completely re-written the other seven. If I haven’t improved my original version39 years later I’ll eat my hat.

-Ramsay Wood

Ramsay Wood has written four books. Two are globally available on Amazon in six languages. Crossing linguistic and cultural frontiers, his updated versions obliterate conventional time-frames. His first, Kalila & Dimna— Selected Fables of Bidpai, was published in 1980 in by Alfred A. Knopf, with an introduction by 2007 Nobel laureate Doris Lessing.

Find more from Ramsay Wood now:

Kindle: https://amzn.to/47b4AkA

Paperback: https://amzn.to/3TC5zHq

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