Friedman's Fables - Part 3, Bonds and Binds, Fables 1 - 3 Summary & Analysis

Edwin Friedman
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Part 3, Bonds and Binds, Fables 1 - 3 Summary

The introduction to this section of the book suggests that the more black and white and/or absolute people see life's issues and uncertainties as being, the more likely their connections will become chains, whereas those who embrace life's ambiguities will be more flexible in their relationships and in their ways of thinking.

"Symbiosis" In the first section of this fable, written in prose like a novel, A Bacterium tells the Virus inhabiting to leave. The Virus argues that neither can exist without the other, but the Bacterium insists that it needs to reclaim its identity. In the second section, written in dialogue like a play with the characters identified only by their initials, the Bacterium asserts its right to be free of the Virus' control, while the Virus suggests the Bacterium hasn't...

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