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The Parrot's Lament, and Other True Tales of Animal Intrigue,... by Eugene Linden
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Aug 02, 11


I have read a lot of books about emotions in animals and they are all very interesting. This book was by no means a bad book. It was interesting but not the most well-written. it was just a collection of anecdotes. There was an attempt at organization but it wasn't as well organized as it could be. Often you could forget what the chapter was about because the author would go on tangents that had little to do with what the chapter was really supposed to be about.
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