As shysters gambol and frisk

American humourist and cartoonist James Thurber‘s wealth of wisdom is evident almost fifty years after his death. Thurber used fables (‘short moral stories, often with animal characters’) as a device to hammer home complex points.  In April 1939, as the world was preparing for war, The New Yorker published a fable called The Sheep in… Continue reading As shysters gambol and frisk