A collection of twenty-six selected anthropomorphic stories written throughout the past fifteen years features animals that have demonstrated human forms or characteristics, in a volume that includes the pieces Foxy Lady by Lawrence Watt-Evans, Crucible by Kim Liu, and To the Magic Born by Brian W. Antoine. Original.Even when the author isna#39;t addressing any particular issue, a Furry world grants a certain freedom. ... The face of a fox or otter or rabbit may evoke certain feelings from the reader, serving as shorthand for the charactera#39;s personality. It can be a mask that obscures the readera#39;s biases and assumptions that might interfere with his enjoyment of the story. ... mages fighting to stave off a mystical apocalypse, or a canine industrial laborer trying to make ends meet under difficult circumstances , anbsp;...
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