By: Jack Schaefer and Irene Brady
128 pages, 6 b/w illus
The author has transcribed conversations he had with various creatures in his New Mexico backyard and while strolling through a zoo. The result is a series of unusual and provocative dialogues: for example, a conversation with a pocket gopher on land rights, and a critique of Aristotle launched by a bitter shrew.
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