Dunn Douglas

Dazhan: Secrets of the Cave People

A model for personal and community advancement demonstrated through the allegory of a fantasy parable. When a successful business person from our world stumbles into an exotic, subterranean civilization, long hidden from the Outside world, he is exposed to new ways of thinking and feeling, but also exposes others to a world of harsh and cruel violence. The Outside world is rich in technological wonders but is plagued by violent terror and social injustice, while the Cave People of Enrisa thrive in an advanced, harmonious social order of cheerful, happy “compassionate joy” that is industrially primitive. When the world is turned inside out, and the cave people of Enrisa come face to face with the Outside world, both cultures are confronted with strange new wonders!
378 printed pages
Original publication
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