K. Velk
K. Velk asked:

I recently watched (and enjoyed - loved, really) the Netflix series, "Bojack Horseman." Anybody else out there in Goodreads land tracing a line between dear old innocent W in the W and our own era's anthropomorphic animals?

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Vicky Hunt No, hadn't thought to compare until you mentioned it. What conclusions have you drawn from your own reading? I will add that I am probably under-versed in the newer children's lit and I am more familiar with "Mister Ed" than I am with Bojack Horseman. Also, I have to say that I enjoy the truly anthropomorphic nature of Grahame's birds, for example, even more than the animals who act human in a way that is less believable for their own nature, like in Charlotte's Web or Babe.
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