By: Bernd Brunner
259 pages, 111 b/w illus
Examines the shared history of people and bears. Combining history, literature, and science, this book presents the interactions between the two species and explores how bears have become central figures in our inventory of myths and dreams.
Translated from the German by Lori Lantz.
Brunner's book is full of information about the relationship between bears and humans, and is delightfully illustrated with period engravings.-New York Times Book Review (Paperback Row)
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