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Want a new perspective on things? Try out these books written from different animals’ Points of View!
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Colonial Cairo. A dead dog in a Coptic tomb. A dancing dervish stabbed before an English MP’s niece. Escalating religious and political unrest. The Mamur Zapt investigates.
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Inhabiting the twin realms of literary theory and scientific exploration, Daisy Hildyard hypothesizes the new duality of humankind: our corporeal self and our imprint in the outer ecosystem.
The Second Body, Daisy Hildyard
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The children sort the garbage that washes up on the shore and feed it to the pigs. So when a boy in a barrel arrives in a similar fashion they're not quite sure what to do.
Pigs, Johanna Stoberock
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Booker Prize winner, Lydia Davis, offers an entertaining account of three bovine beasts that live across the road from her. Very a-moo-sing.
The Cows, Lydia Davis
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The bond between human and hound; celebrated as a fitting tribute to one canine companion.
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In search of 'wildness' we go. Starting with a man who broke into a tiger's zoo compound -— and lived to tell the tale.
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He had quite a 'noive' by all accounts. And this is his account -— of Dorothy, American Showbusiness, and everything in between.
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Her garden buzzed, while others put paid to theirs.
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Bonobos share 99% of human DNA. But they don’t have our hang ups, neuroses, and they certainly don’t kill one another. Who’s the real beast here? It seems we have much to learn from these gentle primates.
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Wild thing. Tamed. Or is he?
White Fang, Jack London
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Who else other than a couple of cocks could rule the roost?
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Classic horsey tale. The kind that needs regular brushing.
Black Beauty, Anna Sewell
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A dog's life. From a dog's perspective.
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But is Orwell really talking about animals here…?
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Interesting and unexpected monkey business.
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Bad bunnies. Some very bad bunnies.
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