This psychological drama by Elizabeth Harrower was completed in 1971 but has never been published until now. The story follows socialite Zoe Howard, daughter of well-known identities in Sydney, whose rude awakening to class tensions and dysfunctional relationshipsfrom marriage to parenthood to friendshipis actually a warning about the danger of losing one's self and the evils of a wasted life. -Vicki
TOM REGAN - With OTHER NATIONS: ANIMALS IN MODERN LITERATURE
05/25/2011 7:30 pm
NCSU Professor Emeritus Tom Regan presents the book he edited, OTHER NATIONS: ANIMALS IN MODERN
LITERATURE. This anthology employs the power of fiction to illuminate our
moral relationship with animals, including works by Ernest
Hemingway, George Orwell, Alice Walker and more.
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