The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear

The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear

The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear Highlighting issues of environmental protection human identity and the pursuit of self this remarkable modern fable brings philosophical subjects to the forefront through humor and imagination When

  • Title: The Bear Who Wanted to Be a Bear
  • Author: Jörg Steiner Jörg Müller
  • ISBN: 9780976205609
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Highlighting issues of environmental protection, human identity, and the pursuit of self, this remarkable modern fable brings philosophical subjects to the forefront through humor and imagination When a brown bear awakes from hibernation, he is surprised to find that a modern factory has been built right over his den His bewilderment only grows when a factory guard mistaHighlighting issues of environmental protection, human identity, and the pursuit of self, this remarkable modern fable brings philosophical subjects to the forefront through humor and imagination When a brown bear awakes from hibernation, he is surprised to find that a modern factory has been built right over his den His bewilderment only grows when a factory guard mistakes him for an unshaven human and, failing to prove his identity, is forced to become a factory worker.

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      Published :2019-06-24T14:57:29+00:00

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    I don't use the word "odd" lightly, but I have to say this is an odd book. It's sort of a Marxist parable well maybe not Marxist but some sort of political philosophy involving oppressed workers divorced from the products of their labor. This bear falls asleep and when he wakes up a factory's been built over his cave, and when he comes out everybody thinks he's a lazybones worker. They make him wear a uniform and try out for different "jobs" (bear skin rug, circus bear, etc.) but he's not intere [...]

    I am so so excited to see this book is still in print, as my tattered childhood copy is currently held together with silver duct tape.This is a children's book about a bear who emerges from hibernation to find that his beloved woods have been razed and a huge factory has been build right on top of his den. Disoriented and probably scared shitless, he wanders around until he is confronted by an evil looking factory manager who scolds him for being unshaven and out of uniform, calls him a no good [...]

    This one makes the top 5 list of Sarah's favorite children's books. The illustrations are bold and totally 70s, yet perfect and contemporary. Conversations revolving around self identity and external expectations could evolve after reading

    سعی کرد ماشین هایی راکه رد می شدند بشمارد ولی او در کارخانه فقط یاد گرفته بود تا پنج بشمارد

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