The Lives of Animals
author: Coetzee and Amy Gutmann

1999

Princeton Univ Pr
127 pages
English
1999
ISBN: 0691004439
PDF
3,6 MB

Coetzee stirs our imaginations by confronting us with an articulate, intelligent, aging, and increasingly alienated novelist who cannot help but be exasperated with her fellow human beings, many of them academics, who are unnecessarily cruel to animals, and apparently (but not admittedly) committed to cruelty. The story urges us to reconceive our devotion to reason as a universal value.

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