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"Culley's book celebrates the relationships between people and their dogs—or perhaps, dogs and their people. The writer accompanies his essay with dozens of beautiful photographs by various photographers.... The ideal coffee table book for your dog-obsessed friends and family."—Seattle Weekly

The history of the relationship between canines and humans is more complex than on
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Hardcover, 224 pages
Published October 1st 2008 by Arsenal Pulp Press
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Gaby
Dec 19, 2009 Gaby rated it really liked it
Peter Culley's To The Dogs is an engaging coffee table book. Culley discusses the domestication of dogs, the evolving relationship between dogs and humans, and the portrayal of dogs in literature.

But even more interesting than Culley's witty commentary are the wide range of dog photographs. The photos capture images as early as 1851, such as Gertrude Kasebier's Charging Thunder, American Indian, ca. 1900. And modern photos, such as Chris Steele-Perkins' Alcoholic Living Alone With His Dog, Birmi
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Sem
Nov 11, 2011 Sem rated it liked it
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I wanted to love this but although the essays were good the photos were somewhat hit and miss. I wasn't sure what I was supposed to take away from the book.
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