The New Generation of Classic Short Stories

Vol. 14, No. 2

Heavy Bread and Its Relation to the Unconscious

by Woody Allen

If orgies, tossing an occasional Christian to lions, and regurgitating one’s peacock tongues to prepare the stomach for a second helping of monkey brains were hints to Gibbon that the toga set was about ready to pack it in, then a story I glimpsed catching up on my back issues of the New York Times speaks ominously for the future of our own local milk bathers.

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